Photo: A US Marine Corps RG-31 Cougar rests on its front axel after an improvised explosive device detonated under the vehicle near Camp Taqaddum, Iraq, Jan. 6. The IED detonated directly under the vehicle; however, the blast was pushed outward instead of directly straight up due to the vehicle's V shaped undercarriage. Of the five service members in the vehicle, two received concussions and two others received minor burns. (Photo by: Courtesy photo by 8th Engineer Support Battalion)
posted on 07/15/2007 12:36:00 PM PDT
But they lived!!! This is fantastic. Let the creeps build bigger ieds. It has to be more difficult for them to do that and more costly. There should be a lot fewer of them.
This looks to be a terrific vehicle!
posted on 07/15/2007 7:38:21 PM PDT
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