It’s being reported today that ISIS got murked yet again during a recent SAS mission in Syria.
The SAS were attempting to smuggle a secret agent out of the country when they were ambushed by 30 ISIS fighters. As the SAS team only consisted of eight people, this was a big problem.
An unnamed source describes what went down:
It was a classic SAS encounter. They had lost the initiative when the ambush was sprung.
They were out-gunned and out-numbered but the team remained calm and focused.
The last thing the jihadis expected was to be attacked, given that the SAS team consisted of eight men and there were at least 30 enemy fighters.
The SAS quickly regained the initiative by using courage, aggression and firepower.
One soldier was even able to kill six ISIS fighters single handedly with an automatic shotgun.
Following the encounter, the soldiers were able to successfully flee to their headquarters in Iraq.
Well there you go – always go for the automatic shotgun if you’re in a pickle and getting ambushed. I probably could have told you that from years playing Goldeneye, but it’s good to know that it works in real life too.
It’s also good to know that even though ISIS fighters have extreme training regimes where they fight each other in cages, that the SAS can still batter them when it comes down to it. Bravo.