American soldiers often receive a lot of negativity from other countries due to the polarizing nature of our government and our military.
However, David Eubank, 56, a former Special Forces soldier turned aid worker risked his life and saved a little girl in Mosul “on a recent Friday morning.”
Eubank recalls seeing ISIS snipers gunning down innocent civilians as they tried to flee the area.
“There was a woman sprawled on her face. Dead,” Eubank told the newspaper. “A baby, all shot up. Dead. Near them, two old people. Dead. And then you realize all those lumps of rags were kids. Dead, dead, dead.”
Conservative Tribune reports:
Looking amid all this carnage, Eubank spotted a heartbreaking sight: A young girl who “peeked from under the hijab of her dead mother.” She was 150 yards away, but Eubank showed what sets our soldiers and veterans in the United States of America apart. He decided to run there, get the girl, and run back — 300 yards, all under intense sniper fire.
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This is what true bravery looks like. Eubank charged into a sniper line in order to save a stranded girl. He didn’t think of the consequences, he only thought about doing the right thing. This man deserves a medal for what he did.
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