“When he stepped inside the doorway and peered behind the door, a 14-year-old boy stood there, trembling and paralysed with fear. “I held my finger to my mouth to make the ‘shush’ gesture, pulled him towards me, so he was facing away from me, covered his mouth and then stuck my knife into his neck, killing him,” he added.
When I asked how he felt then and now about killing the boy, he replied: “No regrets. It was unfortunate, but that’s war and the mission was successful.”
He claimed to have carried out “dozens” of similar missions in Iraq and then again in Afghanistan before leaving the military and taking employment as a US Air Marshall in 2012, telling me that a number of his former team are now actively employed in law enforcement.”
Quoted from an article by a journalist who interviewed a former CAG Operator. This is just from one unit.
Palestinians on Thursday replanted hundreds of trees in the occupied West Bank, a day after Israel’s army uprooted thousands of trees in the area, saying they had been illegally planted in a military zone : worldnews
“While the sage Choni was walking along a road, he saw a man planting a carob tree. Choni asked him: “How long will it take for this tree to bear fruit?” “Seventy years,” replied the man. Choni then asked: “Are you so healthy a man that you expect to live that length of time and eat its fruit?” The man answered: “I found a fruitful world because my ancestors planted it for me. Likewise, I am planting for my children.” (TB. Taanit 23a)
U.S. Army Soldier Arrested for Attempting to Assist ISIS to Conduct Deadly Ambush on U.S. Troops : worldnews
As we claim today, Bridges, a private member of the US Army, betrayed our country and its unit when planning with someone he believed was an ISIS sympathizer to help ISIS protect US soldiers in the Attack and kill the Middle East, "said New York office assistant director William F. Sweeney Jr." Fortunately, the person he was communicating with was an FBI agent and we were able to prevent his bad guys Wishes were realized. Bridges could have chosen a life of honorable service, but instead traded it for the possibility of a life in prison. This case should serve as a reminder that the FBI's New York JTTF will never stop protecting our nation from those who try to harm it. "
Hoping to see some good things out of NYJD in the near future. Let it all go guys.