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It's drama on the high seats full -- with Mac eight people expect and Navy SEALs make -- high stakes rescue.
I would not be here without them on the -- and special forces take on the Taliban.
-- that didn't want him.
Under the -- through the year for us.
It's an exclusive look inside America's special -- this is exactly what I would.
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Scourge of the high seeds.
In the last twelve months over forty ships have been hijacked and more than two -- mariners have been taken hostage by pirates from Somalia.
A lawless country -- radical Islamist taken root and last week the mayor's Alabama became the first US flagged vessel to be seized by pirates in nearly 200 years with the -- -- attacked.
Steve the last one night.
The captain Richard Phillips to ensure his crew safety offers -- -- as a hostage and his herded into a lifeboat.
He might still be held or dead.
But for US Navy SEALs parachuted into the ocean next USS Bainbridge to kill -- captors and rescue and that was.
Direct action mission for which the navy -- well -- Dick couch and navy seal in Vietnam knows from personal experience how tough such an operation can be.
Go through your preparation -- attack the target.
Three precise shots -- bobbing target took the pirates out we'll have more on this extraordinary mission later.
I'm not the hero of the military -- There are just 4500 Navy SEALs among America's 50000 -- special operators.
Meet the men and women who fight Americans unconventional wars.
Their slogan is -- a -- so -- Latin for previous press that's the motto of the US special forces.
I'm Oliver North and this is war stories.
Coming to you -- US special operations base in Afghanistan.
The soldiers sailors airmen and Marines you'll see tonight the tip of the -- in the war against terror.
From the jungles of southeast Asia -- it deserts of Iraq here on the slopes of the Hindu -- Execute very missions and bring security.
To some of the world's smallest parts of the plan -- us.
As we have copied easily warriors.
-- the untold story.
Of US special operations.
They've been called masters of chaos.
Green -- frogman.
Swift and silent killers they're the elite warriors of US special operations command or sold.
That's always been a good first -- there and and it.
It would be highly intelligent at times just to be very humble.
They're dealing with other nationalities and other.
From his headquarters at Buckley air force base colonel Shaun Mulholland commands the combined joint special operations task force Afghanistan.
The -- different -- you're different type of people that make this work program.
First activated in 1987 so -- now numbers more than 50000.
Unconventional warfare specialist.
From the army navy air force employees they deployed around the world some of the most dangerous and sensitive missions undertaken by our.
Always been that I want to challenge.
And I thought this was definitely the the road that I mean go down to continue to challenge myself both physically and mentally.
Captain Dave -- through the army special forces the exit twelve million operational detachment -- Or ODA in western Afghanistan.
-- had a couple other key individuals that I get paired up with.
And we were able to outfit the team and we put together the training schedule from scratch.
-- stories was permitted to reveal some of the spec ops personnel.
Others we really trusted to keep secret.
We've got a good mix of people and and nowadays he got from anywhere from a guys point four years -- the guys warnings.
And the operate with the US Marines spec ops unit in the command that's the first of its kind where approximately 800.
Strong broken up into smaller teams operating independently -- fire bases throughout western Afghan.
Major Eric could -- it leads marine special operations company hotel.
So -- was organized the more important didn't have -- units aside.
But in 2006.
When the -- corps forces special operations command -- -- was established included volunteers.
At that time of the operations officer set forth reconnaissance company -- was being developed.
We're Freetown was one of those units -- was thrown around is seen a major part of building report special operations.
-- fans recognize that he needed.
Applications across the globe where terrorists and our program.
-- its general masterly Robison commands the 2500 -- of marsh side.
The Marine Corps is absolute natural fit.
-- decide to put them -- on the west.
Alone -- there with one special forces already this is the first time.
And marine special operations team and detachment -- have been paired together in combat there's a period of confidence.
Fellow leaders with its.
As you would expect.
No warrior worth his salt take somebody you know this morning.
And question currencies and tested positive -- trust.
So we fully expect that -- contest I was skeptical at first but this is by far it's been one of my best loved ones that it was if these two teams that are out here we're destined to work together just from the personality.
Different skill sets on in the same mentality that we both had about conducting business.
His -- train and advise and employ the Afghan National Army conclude.
Select commando unit that we are officially -- from.
Our war stories team lived within the company the Afghan army's 270 commando battalion led by colonel Abdul Jabbar.
Describe for -- your relationship with the Americans who -- here in the space.
But that it will president's vision for us we are working with special forces and -- and he's training our commandos and everything that is going very well.
Afghan commando program right now is his hands down the best programs for Afghan national security forces -- They train together they're outfitted.
And they get -- that you know extremely good program instruction.
From the operational detachment to do nothing without the Afghans are -- to do things by with -- through the Afghan people.
New technologies have revolutionized the battlefield.
But for so -- warriors went component remains front and center.
We must be able to adapt to and blend into the cultures in which they lived train and fight.
Special forces they work best when they've gone to that tribal leader vulnerable we can provide how we -- -- deep distrust.
And then and only did he will be held this can't go where the apparent facial hair.
Those tribes in certain parts or is very very important they don't trust people who don't have mustaches and beards and so you're going to do that some specific mission -- that media perform out here.
Being able view.
A blend in a little bit more with the local population.
This goes back to the days of Vietnam where these guys that sit down and smoke and drink certain options along with the tribal elders can never leave their character as American warriors they get famous adopt some of the -- Culture walking that fine line is set that special forces.
-- -- I've seen that we're witnesses.
Hands down one of the best teams ever worked -- were both -- a little different but we both bring different ideas and -- a few different ideas makes.
Missions run smoothly the Marines and soldiers.
Worked together they don't care what uniform their words they have a common -- common goals and they're making it worked out there together.
Coming up since World War II -- the -- special forces have conducted Covert operations in some of the most inhospitable places on earth.
With a push from JFK they went deep into the jungles of southeast Asia.
That's next or story.
The United States is a long history of using specialized police units the plate and conventional -- In World War II America -- very different wars and confronts.
In these early special forces were essential to victory over Germany today.
-- far forward to those I think they're BV three components come to mind one was the ridge.
-- strangers started by William -- trained in Scotland.
-- him here.
Notably they -- the list of Normandy.
The base of a -- troops pushed along to what -- every possession.
Pacific -- of course you -- marauders and you had six ranger battalion that carried out the marvelous.
Great -- which is really want -- quintessential special operations.
From war to the raid to free the 512 Americans from the event at one prison in the Philippines.
Was led by ranger Robert prints -- -- succeeded who have got a -- great thinkers you're.
-- only trying to kill enemy put two favorites of wives or your own man the second component -- -- OS SC Office of Strategic Services precursor to the CIA.
Headed by wild bill Donovan USS deployed the legendary Jeff -- teams against Hitler's third right.
The -- teams in Europe for three man.
Teams parachuted there and organize resistance they worked behind the lines it.
Protestants so there's was really pure unconditional warfare mission working against that your.
Did you had people in the Philippines in the Asian theater in the -- theater men like Eugene Easter in the first air commandos operating deep behind Japanese lines in the Burmese jungle.
What do that raged through -- they supply lines.
-- -- -- -- -- This was against unconventional warfare mobilize in those tribes people against Japanese third try as probably -- -- -- early -- the naval combat.
Demolition units and underwater demolition teams of World War II that was born out of necessity and -- to.
Help us with our landings prospects -- Assault forces stormed coral reefs and -- beaches between world war two and the Korean War days.
Primarily between congress -- they also start going out water they started saying we're gonna approaches.
And Phoenix hosts like maybe we should have some underwater capability so the develop those.
When the Cold War turned hot and Korea unconventional warfare units became more important to US strategy.
Our primary enemies where the Soviets -- worried about them coming through across Western Europe if they did that.
We did have forces it.
Compared to train people behind the lines and -- partisan resistance.
Ian -- Western Europe certainly in the eastern here and in 30 June 1950 to the army's first official special forces group was activated.
The commander was a veteran of OSS operations.
Colonel -- bank.
I don't bank -- back.
Thought it would be a heck of a good idea -- -- -- unit that would do what -- clandestine fashion I'm the enemy lands he did he.
Hundreds thousands of miles and be supported by here.
And to run guerrilla warfare.
One year later Texas native Billy -- signed up for the elite unit while stationed in Germany.
-- immediately began training for unconventional war in Eastern Europe you have your own special -- Coleman over there what he did all trade news and bad toaster.
Very nice place and we learned everything from -- to assassination.
Tomatoes language we learn every got to understand activity that you could perform.
The world is very different now.
And new American president decided the US had to confront the Soviets in the far corners of the Third World.
Who's chosen instrument.
The special forces.
He became interest him.
What you know -- special operations today on 11 October 1962.
President Kennedy visited the special warfare school at Fort Bragg North Carolina.
To review the training.
Of those informally known as the green beret use this was their unofficial hit -- -- he liked.
He thought that the -- very accurate and through his acceptance of that to -- great team.
The official here armed forces he thought feature some of our finest soldiers and was looking for.
An enhancement of unconventional warfare capability where were we when John Kennedy.
I was -- and they very nice that he was assassinated we had a -- ran about 2 o'clock in the morning there and it doesn't have to.
Special forces have lost their great champion but they've proved themselves in a long war -- Vietnam.
Special forces beat -- vote -- that we're working with the one yards.
Western Vietnam up in the mountains mobilizing those -- try to resist Vietcong and north course.
We've moved from.
Closed area up to that Cambodian Laotian border special forces start building we -- a -- on the along the border and we're run industry 400 mountain yards out to stop -- -- -- -- which was formed that.
Classic foreign internal defense where you had insurgent elements trying to come -- your area.
-- -- help him systems insurgent elements that is a stock and trade arms we will not -- them out by.
Had a plan -- -- -- shoot special forces trained there.
And various and and these men in combat to kill the enemy so we came out of Vietnam and there were lessons learned that we wanted to get -- we wanted to hear hear so much -- that.
Perspective which lost as we went forward ointment so we realize that we had have a special operational.
What subordinated Marines airforce navy.
And arming and these guys had -- -- in one unit using the same freaks using the same tactics used the same reason why.
So comments from them.
Coming up a commando raid on -- Taliban stronghold.
It's an operation.
Don't want to miss.
Modern concept of our special forces really proven out via you had to be tribal brother.
You had to live -- their culture beating with -- tribes people to solve certain problems.
After America was attacked on 11 September 2000 movies so someone has action.
Weeks before US combat troops entered Afghanistan and 7 October special forces teams were already on the ground working clandestinely.
-- local groups to liberate the country from the Taliban this is probably in my opinion high water mark.
What army special forces the army special forces understood that he -- what their job was which is for internal defense.
And unconventional war.
Special operations teams carry out those same missions today throughout Afghanistan.
When we were with captain Dave Spencer's team and Herat Province.
They were operating from an old Soviet air strip that still bears the wreckage the Russians left behind.
Tell me about the Afghan commandos they train together.
They're outfitted and they get an extremely good program instruction.
From the operation attachments as well some -- coalition forces.
-- -- -- -- -- Nothing we do.
Is just is just an -- or six cents.
Very calculated very precise in this area we've had worked for awhile but that's the -- -- higher level Taliban in our area.
-- you have to work through the tribal elders that's there.
Political arm of government so it means supporting them.
Gaining their trust keeping the tribal elders on your side a lot of times when you -- -- civil affairs operations you hold meetings with.
Local officials -- trying to make a different people will come forward.
-- to be vital to stopping the key leaders of the Taliban from moving against.
In Afghanistan we have company captain Dave -- to a meeting I was there.
This Shura or meeting with the tribal elders from this valley is a perfect example.
-- -- -- -- -- That's it right snap back.
That's -- we had good information good intelligence that they local Taliban leader was going to be meeting in a certain location.
That leader was Melissa -- Taliban kingpin -- IADs were killing Americans.
Described the capture -- wish.
What we try to do as we try to a lot of commend the leadership to plan rehearse and execute the mission without our assistance and what -- -- advisors do.
This one they need to -- step in to assist with the process like captains who have great job that.
-- apparently commissions fortunate time and just try to use different triggers to -- actually launch.
Point 2 August 2200.
H -- the trigger funeral march.
Elements of the 270 commandos accompanied by US special operators want to capture kill mission to -- publicity.
In the town of -- who survived.
We still have them in the lead.
We still haven't taken the route.
I'm as best as possible to avoid ID's to avoid.
You know any dangers you keep playing in dirt in your mind with the whole part the planet get to the objective to get the -- sample group.
Right between the different and he's in and night vision capabilities that we have there's a lot less innocent a lot less variables that come into play.
Throughout -- -- yesterday you know to try to stick to your plan as fast as you possibly can.
Of course Jimmy has a lot of say so when that.
We got there was awful foolish thought would be.
As they -- and they.
Came in contact with the fire.
-- -- I picked -- -- basically going -- immediately.
Coming up and start to the fire from.
Multiple different directions he was shot through the side of his good.
More on the daring navy seal mission to free captain Richard Phillips when war stories.
Inside special -- returns.
-- -- August 20088.
Dollars plus thirty minutes.
A gun fight rages in western Afghanistan.
Where a joint army marine special operations unit and the 270 Afghan commandos are -- -- captured until mission.
The target -- -- and television writers putting in the village of -- about buying this and the -- Gunnery sergeant -- willing parent as a senior and -- in the -- special operations team on the ready.
And pretty much opened up from the roof and a little sensitive -- from multiple different directions.
Right now he came under fire and return fire from long latency and no no.
There's certain you were wounded early on -- -- -- also kind of we have moved we have.
The -- -- -- it is for most likely or tell -- fought for a tourniquet on wasn't that bad I didn't need one but that's just kind of well we don't know.
Overhead an AC 130 gunship the US airports so -- asset provides air support.
We have a marine and they air force Detroit that's what airport they controlled air from the ground right there -- looks so.
There -- actually.
Know what we need them to do an arson or else -- like -- beside us.
-- because located.
But he's surrounded by civilians a tactic routinely used by terrorists.
Are really complex situation and about it over to third.
US air force special operators serving as Forward Air controller.
Balls in a strike.
Does -- C 130 which I have to say is invaluable asset.
We started with the commandos sweep of the commanders do sensitive that it.
This advise and you know film which house we want -- neck and they're leaders take charge and move in and cleared through we have some individuals that we -- to question.
We had the commandos present to platoon leader present.
We're asking him what he would like to do if we would like to detain any of these individuals so.
They have -- -- and the whole situation.
Because it is their country and if we don't start doing that.
Now there's no way we'll be able to work ourselves out of a job.
600 H hour plus four.
At daylight the commandos and Americans conduct a thorough search of the objective.
Confirming that Melissa because dead.
Along with other enemy combatants and civilians in the rubble they also find a wounded woman and child were evacuated for medical treatment.
We allowed the commandos in their medics to actually do the treatment.
And we just sit there and supervised.
They did a very very outstanding job.
Declaring the buildings and doing and in a manner that was systematic -- the same time the speed was perfect they weren't going too fast.
-- through the village found a lot of weapons ammunition and money IED material from.
I mean material AK 47 small arms and ammo.
Photos that we found basically documentation.
That proved to us that they weren't back to have been born this couple Russian military right it's unbelievable to replace uses one minute book -- dead.
Yeah well well just.
Destroyed -- on target.
-- -- the objective by morning and moved out.
And return to the -- -- space the medics provide further treatment for the wounded.
And then made the raid that gunnery sergeant in the Marines special operation.
-- was wounded how badly was hurt he was shot through the side of his.
And now the back -- with clean it up the best we can the -- -- DOD that the -- that supports directly.
-- hopefully we cut some of the dead tissue out and not with.
Quite -- One in the second opinions that we -- -- the bottom of the third.
Gunnery sergeant parent -- the wounded Afghan woman and child receive the same medical attention there were some blast wounds and we were able to.
Get on both.
Stable and we kept him from roughly 23 hours clean them up got ready see you from sir.
And reports we file from the field we noted both insurgents and civilians were killed.
A US military investigation concluded the number was 35.
There's another side of special operations besides -- for high value targets they also conduct civil affairs to improve the quality of life of the local people.
In Afghanistan's Herat Province become -- spec ops team -- -- medical affairs program or -- many.
Locals throughout this area come to a clinic that's right outside -- Hear about it via word of mouth the pamphlets we dropped but it's really get things going on there there's several local and coalition doctors there.
And people line up the -- -- one then it's seen by certain -- there and some of them actually request certain doctors and it shows that.
Not only are we here and played at Alabama we're here -- button.
And better life the better.
Support -- the Afghan people.
This clinic sees over -- -- patients a day.
This special forces doctor.
Has seen it all you're getting treatment blow for a intestinal tract problems.
Malaria and then as well as trauma medical help is so desperately needed some patients walk a full day to get here.
We'll see a lot of gastrointestinal problems.
-- a lot of old war problems from when the Russians were here but mainly the team.
Showstopper -- malaria.
Is a cliche they're winning hearts and minds.
Is -- true.
We absolutely are we've had a lot more people and a lot more government officials.
Come up and actually you know request meetings with the commandos -- ourselves so I can definitely see a larger.
Local -- coming up here actually Espinosa -- tracked them down.
We see a difference and I don't want to -- a difference in the culture but.
The reception we get from the locals that use this clinic is and night and day difference from start.
And intermittent difference absolutely.
Coming up Navy SEALs working at a location you'd least expect.
US special operators deployed around the world at a moment's notice this week Navy SEALs have been dealing with the pirates off the coast of Somalia.
But they also operate in the deserts of Iraq.
-- shields set up their casket through Fallujah ramadi along the Euphrates valley they were drawn.
To the training.
Iraq and the Iraqi Army scouts.
Tracking terrorists and -- -- -- province requires good intelligence.
And the best intelligence comes from these Iraqi Army -- trained by US Navy -- every Italian.
Of the new Iraqi Army had -- scouting element will be watching it and it.
Guys are not hitting targets there and call on you work Navy SEALs they would work together and we would train him.
And helped their scouts and development.
Every bread just so -- army navy air force and Marines are engaged in training host nations special forces units when -- intelligent man.
Hallway right if -- dot protect human maturity.
Reliability -- ability operate on their own ability to articulate nebulous concepts.
It into something tangible.
The qualities required of a special operator are well known lieutenant colonel -- would work.
Commanding a special forces group in Iraq.
They also need to -- -- understand.
How to deploy the resources that they're disabled how to tap -- -- Resources needed to solvable problem here we're here assist the Iraqis and making Iraqi special forces take ownership of this problem.
And make the province south of Baghdad US special forces worked closely with the lead you listen what unit it was.
-- is that -- Iraqi police special unit just like slide in our own country you know stands for special weapons and these are originally Iraqi policeman there have been trained for the last four years but I US army special court.
We accompany the US special operations team to meet with the commander of -- swap general Mohammed Abbas but as soon.
Thank you probably do my job on our goal here in Hillis was -- to build a democratic Iraq and defeat the enemy.
I had very much admired her courage -- -- know.
And your commitment to.
A new government and democracy and equality.
Is something the American people need to know.
General Abbas wanted just that he took this in the downtown -- us and you could see it.
They're actually revered by the people who -- So patrol with these guys on the streets and it is my goal is that something into the liberation of the city in Europe during world war there -- -- -- We'll -- -- who would.
This swat team started just 35 people -- 2003 and by the end of the year there were a hundred.
And that's all because of the relationship with the special forces the swat team was sent to get train conductor missions.
Would that decline and it started to get bigger and bigger the -- The Iraqis swat has brought peace to this part of the country realizes that he larger than Boston predominately -- General Abbas has made sure that the law is being enforced equally regardless.
Of gender regardless of sect.
It's -- off for all Iraqis.
I don't and you've been with them I'm happy about the future of my country.
And if we didn't have a good vision for the future of Iraq I would leave my work general -- is dedicated despite the danger.
And how guilty I asked them they have tried to assassinate me about four times just a -- before we met the -- His -- the provincial chief of police general -- Carranza was assassinated.
Brigadier general Abbas was a personal friend -- general ice it was a great loss yesterday for the country for the products and it was deep personal loss for general boss.
Very clear that the people are deeply moved by the loss they experience through yesterday.
Also very clear that they -- great admiration for the Iraqi swat and their lead.
General Abbas and -- -- crucial to stability as US and coalition forces draw down in Iraq.
Well trained and equipped units like -- are vital security throughout the country when doing.
Even when and how they want to destroy the possibility.
Great democratic Iraq but -- -- failure and I hope they think every time they hit us I won't back away from the fight but the opposite is true that's kind of what -- I only get stronger.
These guys can receive in this.
-- on they utilize our weapons systems and we've trained them.
-- close quarters battle.
War stories so this first game of the Iraqi special forces that are American advisors and -- in -- Baghdad's notorious Solder city.
He would fire -- who's going into building one quarter.
-- -- Yeah it's okay.
Yeah -- him.
5 o'clock o'clock movie had -- president.
Much like their American counterparts the Iraqi special operations forces are both respected and feared -- -- Back in the fact that they are very effective and what they did but also very important.
And we should be we -- partnering with the Iraqi Security Forces and concerned local nationals that are coming forward.
Pointing out where the enemy is -- -- the -- and moved back here you know and stand -- -- -- -- -- -- The security situation has improved dramatically.
I was last here in April -- 07.
He could not go into the outlying areas without getting to a -- We came over we taught them -- techniques how to use the tools in a way that can assist that country.
Positive for our force -- the future -- democratic Iraq.
The relationship we have with the special forces has been a brotherhood not from the first days were fighting side by side -- most nations hold.
But the goal is to set up our partners in this case Iraqi Army and Iraqi police forces.
To do this for themselves.
Up next a spec ops mission -- world attention.
Somali pirates beat American seals on the high seas.
How -- freed captain Richard Phillips is next.
Military the navy.
The Marines the airports I've never been around a better group of young.
More dedicated professional capable people in my life.
And if not for US special operators merchant marine captain Richard Phillips might not have come home.
-- -- April issue of the -- Alabama was commandeered in the Indian Ocean by four Somali pirates armed with AK 47.
Phillips offered himself as a hostage in exchange for his crusade.
Young pirates took Phillips -- a 28 foot lifeboat and demanded two million dollars -- USS Bainbridge rushed to the scene.
In the dark of night Navy SEALs parachuted into the Indian Ocean and boarded the Bainbridge she'll stand for sea air land.
Team that's how we can into the jobs that we have crawled under the -- through the air approximately.
Sun shields become slaves.
Like -- spec ops warriors -- go through some of the most grueling training and military.
-- -- -- -- They start that bugs but stands for Casey beauty seal training this is the basic six month.
That all seals go through and after those two things.
My rescue hostages.
Or -- operation.
On the other side of the globe the fact that these have.
12 April day four of the standoff.
At 19100 hours three seal snipers were prepared for direct action.
They're weapons trained on their target direct action where you get a piece of intelligence or somebody taking -- -- -- act that are here with a captain's life in imminent danger to order was given take the pirates out.
You go through your preparation launch.
-- the target it right target couple.
The first cut people wanna make the field -- bit -- -- direct special operations.
It is the bread and butter should.
Wherever special operators are deployed it comes at great sacrifice.
Members of -- come have lost their lives since 9/11 01.
Two Navy SEALs are among the five Americans who posthumously received the medal of honor in the global war on terror.
Lieutenant Michael -- Was killed in Afghanistan.
And mastered -- second class Michael -- were in Iraq.
General -- remembers those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Helping his country.
What -- in my top -- they've never let him we love them because they travel thousands of miles to come here and build a democratic Iraq.
And I want to say that we thank the families of the soldiers that are paid in blood for this country and tonight.
We call them the people that have died for our freedoms.
In Afghanistan captain gone through -- paid tribute to their fellow warrior sergeant first class David Nunez felon battle and 29 may 2008.
They named a helicopter landings only -- at their base in his honor.
They -- you'll never be forgotten I think everyone here feel.
Feel good about themselves you know that's.
We go home we can at least -- say that.
-- -- -- -- -- Until it two songs that we -- -- -- memory of and in that you'll never be forgotten.
Here in this country -- this like world we go back to.
At Bagram air force base colonel Shaun Mulholland remembers those who fell in Afghanistan.
To me that the memorial in or resents all the -- Here and -- -- and there's.
If it means from there feels Taylor's army soldiers and Marines pretty tough.
-- -- Yeah -- Our new commander in chief made some pretty bold promises during the election now he's confronted with the reality.
An ongoing situation in Afghanistan.
Troops trainers and civilians.
Represented a strong down payment on the future of our mission in Afghanistan we have to succeed on an -- battle space.
And the experts in this our special operations forces.
Always want to serve the country.
Give something -- for everything we have we gotten that the guys that you know.
That the fight -- -- the -- them and then on top of that we help the people have a better life.
Fifty years from -- and your grandchildren ask you what did you do that in this.
We don't know -- -- -- especially if somebody.
Whether -- be -- hundred people.
One person trying to make -- -- -- -- anybody.
For the most part -- made history and ended up.
There's more spec ops tenacity and bravery when war stories return.
Don't go away.
Here in Afghanistan and around the world.
The fight against terror this complex and dangerous.
The courage and commitment of the soldiers sailors airmen and Marines in the US so come and put terrorists and the wrong.
And as we seen this week special operators like the US Navy SEALs are crucial to America's security.
For those who serve and quite different -- a press.
There's a war story.
That deserves people.
I'm Oliver North.
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