#Repost @militarymuscle_mentor with @repostapp ・・・ Reflecting back on 13 years of service to this great country, I’m reminded of many friends who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. I think of them everyday. I talk to Tim Brown and Chad Regelin daily, and I am honored to have had the opportunity to serve with them and all my friends who are resting in peace. For them, for those who are still deployed, for those who cannot, I march on. It’s a damn fine day to be a fucking Green Beret! #veteran #bodybuilding #redfriday #deopressoliber #vivalapineland #army #navy #airforce #marines #coastguard #remembereveryonedeployed #fitness #fitfam #fitspo #fitspiration #militarymuscle #iammilitarymuscle #militaryvet #supportmilitarymuscle #fit #fitnessmodel #fitnessaddict #tattedmuscle by socal_isthenics
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A story from the legendary Army Special Forces Green Berets. Operational Detachment Alpha (ODA) 331. This will be a two part post. Look out for the next one.

Shef and his men moved on foot to the compound of a suspected Taliban commander and took it. But when night fell, a large Taliban force attacked from three sides with machine guns and rocket- propelled grenades. Shef’s team located a compound the Taliban used to stage the attack. Master Sergeant Thomas Maholic volunteered to clear out the compound with twenty Afghan soldiers.

Maholic quickly cleared the compound, but a large Taliban group counterattacked and surrounded both his and Binney’s groups. Based on intercepted radio transmissions, Shef learned the Taliban’s intent was to capture the Americans alive. Finally, Binney’s team moved through a hole in a mud wall and stumbled into a group of Taliban fighters. Binney and his men reacted first with furious fire and hand grenades at close range. Shef said the Taliban got close enough to Maholic and Binney’s men to yell insults and threats.

Exposing himself to throw a grenade, Binney was hit in the back of the head. Confused and temporarily blinded and deaf, he groped for his weapon and bearings. When he regained his wits, he organized an attack on a Taliban position, but Staff Sergeant Joseph Fuerst, the ETT, was hit in his left leg by a rocket- propelled grenade. Binney tried to drag the trainer to safety and was also hit. The bullets shattered his left shoulder and upper arm.

Shef had his own problems, as the Taliban began a wave of attacks on his compound. Between assaults, Shef said he moved from position to position, rallying his men and monitoring Maholic and Binney’s situation at the same time. His truck was covered in spent machine- gun shells. #IgRecon #CombatStories #GreenBerets #SpecialForces #Kandahar #Afghanistan #ODA #WarFighters #LongBeards #UsArmy #DeOpressoLiber