first published on September 29, 2016 by Josh
A small Turkish military installation is attacked by members of the PKK. Using only old soviet era firearms, and a small number of AT weapons, they quickly overwhelm the Turkish position. Their will to fight, and stronger organization of chaos, wins them the battle.
This is a great example of an inferior force defeating a superior opponent because of a higher fortitude for violence, and a larger incentive to win the fight. Equipment alone does not make a soldier strong. Only his stomach for warfare can do that.