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Morghab Canyon By James F. Christ
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On July 29, 2004, 7 US Soldiers supporting 20 Afghan National Army soldiers drive deep into Ghor Province to meet with a difficult local warlord and broker peace. However, they are ambushed in... More > Morghab Canyon by over 10 times their number of enemy fighters - the very troops of the warlord they are going to meet. Outnumbered, outgunned, the odds hopelessly against them, they must hold out for hours before any help arrives. Morghab Canyon was the largest enemy scale action in Afghanistan as of 2004. It's amazing any of the US soldiers survived.< Less
Landigal By James F. Christ
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On August 3, 2006, thirteen US Soldiers were sent to the worst village in the Korangal Valley. Abandoned by the Afghan National Army soldiers supporting them, the small force was ambushed by a... More > numerically superior Taliban force. Almost out of ammunition and water, the survivors were ordered to continue their mission. Landigal is a story of courage and shows how the American soldiers who served in the Korangal Valley live up handsomely to the finest traditions of a superb fighting force - the United States 10th Mountain Division.< Less
The Bone Yard By James F. Christ
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On October 12, 2003, five US National Guardsmen working with the Afghan National Army are ambushed at a remote, former Soviet tank park called "The Bone Yard". Outnumber over 10 to 1, they... More > must hold on until help arrives...but when it does, only six soldiers appear. With their commander shot six times but still fighting, the eleven man force must hold out for over an hour, almost out of ammunition, before a Quick Relief Force arrives to assist them.< Less
Shudergay By James F. Christ
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On July 24, 2006, a small element of U.S. Soldiers (C/1/32 10th Mountain Division) are ambushed by fighters of the most wanted insurgent commander in the Pech Valley. Badly outnumbered, vastly... More > outgunned, taking fire from mulitple angles and enemy positions, the Soldiers are saved by the heroism of Sergeant David Micheal Hierholzer, who, alone and seperated, single handedly holds off the enemy and gives his life to save his pinned down element from being overrun. Shudergay is an example of heroism that lives up admirably to the courageous standards of the 10th Mountain Division.< Less