publikenemy: You have to wonder what the rest of that soldiers team is thinking. Sure the mission was successful, but was the docs life worth more than the soldiers? I know that they know what they are getting into, but human nature would leave those guys pondering whether or not it was worth it IMO
devilhunterx: And the world became better by 1
doglover: publikenemy: You have to wonder what the rest of that soldiers team is thinking. Sure the mission was successful, but was the docs life worth more than the soldiers? I know that they know what they are getting into, but human nature would leave those guys pondering whether or not it was worth it IMOYou don't read enough.The mentality of special forces isn't like WWI Draftees sent to the trenches. They work really hard to get the job. They work harder for the chance to get shot to death than most people would ever work to avoid it. They train and train and train for missions like this. It's their whole life. The specifics of the missions don't matter so much, nor do the politics. It's the challenge they're after. And, sometimes, the bear gets you. That's just how these things happen.
lewismarktwo: I think I liked it better when the average person didn't know about SEAL teams and one dying wouldn't even be on the radar.
shower_in_my_socks: Bin Laden: So some Afghani motherf*ckers had better security than me? WTF?/RIP
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