Medal of Honor action captured on video

In a recently-released video, Schilling narrates CIA Predator Drone footage of the fight that ultimately claimed the life of one of America’s ultimate badasses, John Chapman. This is the only known footage of a Medal of Honor recipient in action. Shilling offers incredible insight as Chapman and other team members battle overwhelming enemy forces in the mountains of Afghanistan on March 4, 2002.

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12 Responses to Medal of Honor action captured on video

  1. Pken m says:

    This is stunning.

  2. Andy says:

    Anyone that watches this video is watching history being made. RIP MSG Chapman.

    • Larry says:

      Poor bastard was left for dead in a clusterfuck of errors.

      • Andy says:

        Yes sir, Larry, many errors were made. Perhaps the biggest of them is it appears the intel was a failure. Why else would such a small team go in for recovery while knowing the body is used as bait to lure more in? Why was QR so late in arriving and on one bird? Above all these and others is the proverbial fog of war. It is real and it fucks up plans and people. That is a fact and we probably should not Monday morning QB it too much for when we do, we take away from the fact MSG Chapman was a true bad ass and this is the ONLY time in our history we see with our eyes the determination and love one man had for all of his brothers. If not for his actions, the body count woild have very much elevated.

  3. H says:

    And yet the Donks can’t even muster enough patriotism in the whole of their party to display an American flag during their debates.

  4. SgtBob says:

    Nothing we can say.

  5. Paul B says:

    We can still generate heros.

    Donks need to be wiped from the earth. Nothing they do or touch is wholesome

  6. pigpen51 says:

    All I can think is, Thank God for men such as John Chapman. And no doubt in my mind that it was God, working within him, that gave him the strength and courage, along with his own determination and love of his fellow soldiers and country, to continue fighting until he finally died. A brave man, a brave man indeed.

  7. MadMarlin says:

    Damn. A few minutes since watching that video and I still have goosebumps. Ride On John. Ride on.

  8. J-Dog says:

    If you only do one thing today,watch this video. Shed a tear that a good man was lost and never forget what has been paid on your behalf, regardless of your opinions of the circumstances.

  9. Brings tears to my eyes and rightly so. Wish we had more information about Mad Dog’s final hours.

  10. BillDave says:

    Godspeed,MSG Chapman.


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