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A fierce firefight with casualties and medivac... U.S. Marines engage the Taliban at patrol base Georgetown near Kajaki Sofla, Afghanistan on November 22, 2011. Unit: 1st Battalion, 6th Marines Film Credits: LCpl Jacob Lagoze
52 MPH heading back in from Georgetown Hole. We had gotten up at 3am to head to the truck. Then drove and hour to get to the boat ramp. This was a ladies day on the boat. I asked Allen Butler, my husband and the captain how fast were we going and he said about 50 MPH. I thought her was kidding but he was not! I looked down and the speedometer was clicking off at 52 MPH. Those 3 300 Horse power Yamaha Motors were quiet. It had been years since I have been offshore fishing. The last boat just got to ruff for me, It would beat and bang you up, I'd feel 2 inches shorter after the trip. This new stepped hull contender boat is incredible. The water doesn't splash you, the boat don't slam down or wobble back and forth. you can see I have my feet propped up and we are all singing and talking an...
Video of U.S. Marines with 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment establishing a patrol base (PB) in the kinetic village of Potay, Sangin District, Afghanistan on Oct. 5, 2011. The PB is attached by Talivan fighters but Marines repel the attack with squad organic weapons and accurate mortar fire. That evening a linguist talks to a local Afghan boy who informs him there are IEDs in the area. Video by Lance Cpl. Jacob M. Lagoze. Also available in high definition. ATTENTION!! We are moving! Because of YouTube's new policy against military related videos and on where advertisers are allowed to put their Ads, we must move our videos.
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