the_tza208 karma2020-05-04 12:09:34 UTC
Is the story about Alexander Prokhorenko true?
Edit- To those who don’t know, Alexander Prokhorenko was the Russian equivalent of a JTAC in combat operations against ISIS in Syria. He was surrounded by ISIS who were advancing on his position. He was alone and called an air strike (or artillery strike, I’m not sure about that) on his own position. He died but also took out a company sized element of ISIS with him. I was in the US Marines for a while and this story was passed around between my friends and I. I have a lot of respect for this guy.
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the_tza51 karma2019-06-11 19:56:24 UTC
I’d be surprised if someone from the US intelligence community gave a favorable, or any, opinion on a whistleblower.
the_tza48 karma2020-05-04 12:34:17 UTC
It’s a tragedy. Fuck ISIS. Thank you for your service.
the_tza24 karma2018-05-03 15:10:59 UTC
I’m sure the former submarine officer understands this...
the_tza24 karma2021-12-21 20:23:10 UTC
Truth be told- I expected much, much more for a chief executive.
Keep doing good.
Edit- I think my opinion will be unpopular, but from the scope of responsibility that this organization claims, this salary pales in comparison to similar CEO compensation of for profit organizations.
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