• Bradlee Dean
Over the last couple weeks I have been glued to the true story "The Lone Survivor," where four of America's finest Navy SEALs of "Operation Red Wings" were sent to do some reconnaissance concerning terrorists in Afghanistan.
Right from the start it seemed very clear that the special op was cursed. All the way from herdsman coming directly into their particular position where they were discovered (they could not terminate the compromise of being discovered because of Rules of Engagement), to being surrounded by 200 Taliban while they were waiting and expecting to be extracted but could not (their radio signal was too weak to reach headquarters). Then there was the downing of two Chinook helicopters (two apache helicopters would have given them cover, but they were grounded). All circumstances around this operation seem very strange both from within and from without. Tragically, three of the four SEALs were killed. What began to catch my attention was when Marcus Luttrell said about t
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