FAIRFAX, Va. --(Ammoland.com)- Barely surviving a brutal ambush along the Afghan-Pakistan border, Sean Parnell and his men realized they had faced the most seasoned force of light infantry the U.S. Army had encountered since the end of World War II.
What followed this attack was 16 months of close combat, over the course of which the platoon became a family — a band of brothers.
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