A 27-year-old sergeant of the British Army’s Special Air Service was fighting alongside Iraqis in Fallujah against ISIS. On one particular mission, the young sergeant found himself in a very difficult situation. He had been making his way through a factory with a team of Iraqi soldiers when they were ambushed by a group of ISIS fighters. After a short firefight, he was the only one on his team who was not wounded or dead. His plan to get his wounded comrades to safety was thwarted when he found himself out of ammunition and surrounded by the enemy.
The sergeant decided that he wasn’t going to go out without a fight and he armed himself with the Ghurka Kukri knife that had been given to him by a Ghurka soldier. The ISIS fighters, realizing he was out of ammunition, stormed his position. The sergeant began slashing away at the ISIS brutes as they tried to grab him. He decapitated one, slit the throat of another and killed one more before the remaining ISIS cowards ran away.
Right Wing News reports:
Thanks to their exceptional ability to produce effective propaganda, ISIS has perpetuated its fighters as skilled and ruthless militants who are undeterred by terror. Although their execution videos seamlessly portray the jihadists as soldiers that would make the Ottoman Empire proud, any service member in the West can see past the gore and special effects right into the cowardly hearts of the wanna-be Muhammadans warriors. In fact, all it takes to obliterate a trio of heavily armed ISIS gunmen is one British soldier and a will against evil.
The Express reports that a 27-year-old sergeant of the British Army’s Special Air Service was making his way with an Iraqi team through a factory in Fallujah when they were ambushed by ISIS fighters. In no time, the Iraqi soldiers were either dead or injured, leaving him to wade through a barrage of bullets to drag the wounded soldiers to safety.
In a matter of moments, the SAS soldier was forced to discard his plan after running out of ammunition and finding himself surrounded by enemy gunfire. Thinking this might be his last chance to go out in a blaze of glory, the British soldier resorted to plan B — a Gurkha Kukri knife given to him by a British Gurkha soldier.