Unlikely unit of cooks, fuelers and mechanics and clerks leads assault into a Taliban

The Araban is a green meander of villages, orchards and fields in the Pashtun-dominated mountains southwest of Kabul. Military planners believed high-level Taliban leaders directed attacks from the area against Highway 1, the arterial route connecting the capital and Kandahar, and other targets, including U.S. outposts such as Dash-e-Towp, site of a massive truck bombing in mid-July.
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I just read parts of the story because in my honest opinion, who cares...But anywho, from the looks of it, the combat soldiers (11Bs and cav scouts) did the missions and the bstb secured the outpost..and when the outpost was attacked, they couldnt even return fire...so who cares? Its almost like reading about jessica lynch all over again

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