first published on December 12, 2015 by Josh
A group of insurgents are taking up a firing position in Jasim, Syria when a mortar round lands directly on top of them.
Another lesson in dispersion is learned the hard way by these Insurgents. As they are taking up a firing position in Jasim, Syria to attack regime troops, a mortar round lands directly on top of them.
It never seems to fail though, every single time these guys get in a group, they stay in that group until they all turn into mush.
I get it, training isn’t exactly stellar over there. With that said though, these guys should really be starting to develop some sort of battlefield awareness by now. They have been fighting for close to a millennium, and you would think the simple concept of dispersion would be pretty easy to figure out.