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    Taylortony's Avatar Senior Member
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    ROAD TO BAGHDAD... fantastic new unseen footage, stunning computer graphics, real life stories narrated by those involved in the combat, simply stunning program.. part 2 is on tonight....

    The female Apache Crew member that said she looked out of the side of her cockpit and could see a person standing in a back garden holding a smoking RPG looking at her, then all hell broke out behind her........

    It shows it wasn't the "walk in the Garden" a lot of people thought it was.

    Beware though no holds barred shots of dead people were shown too. You have been warned
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    ROAD TO BAGHDAD... fantastic new unseen footage, stunning computer graphics, real life stories narrated by those involved in the combat, simply stunning program.. part 2 is on tonight....

    The female Apache Crew member that said she looked out of the side of her cockpit and could see a person standing in a back garden holding a smoking RPG looking at her, then all hell broke out behind her........

    It shows it wasn't the "walk in the Garden" a lot of people thought it was.

    Beware though no holds barred shots of dead people were shown too. You have been warned
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    No walk in the Garden is right!
    You would be surprised at what went on deep behind enemy lines that you will never see on any film footage.( at least for the next 30 years)

    For Example, Australias SAS had such an impact behind enemy lines, that Americas SAS now train with Australias SAS in Australia.
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    Allied special forces always train with each other anyway, nothing special about US special forces learning from Australian, or Australian learning from US or UK.

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