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(NSFW) Aftermath of an Ambush on a Haliburton Convoy in Iraq

Published Jan. 9, 2022

Footage recorded by an overhead drone at the aftermath of the September 20, 2005 ambush on a Haliburton Convoy, which left three civilian contractors dead.


September 20, 2005 is an incredibly memorable day for anyone involved in Operation Iraqi Freedom. The most popular piece of footage released from that day was recorded by Haliburton driver Preston Wheeler, and it shows the security element for the convoy quickly egressing out of the kill-zone of an ambush while the truck drivers are left stranded in the middle of Insurgent Country. Wheeler continues to record as the driver in front of him is pulled out of his truck an executed by insurgents.


This footage is lesser known, but it was taken from a military asset overhead that was diverted to their location shortly after the 35-minute-long ambush was initiated. Released by the Department of Defense, it shows the movement of several groups of insurgents and Iraqi civilians around the ambush site. The drone then follows the group it believes to be responsible for the ambush to their base of operations where a raid was later conducted to capture or kill the insurgents involved.


Three KBR truck drivers were killed on September 20, 2005. 42-year-old Keven Dagit, of Jefferson, Iowa; 40-year-old Christopher Lem, of Lyndon Station, Wisconsin; and Sascha Grenner-Case of Sierra Vista, Arizona. Preston Wheeler, who lives in Arkansas, was also shot along with two other Haliburton employees.


Following this event, the use of civilian contractors on the ground in Iraq would be re-assessed, and several documentary length films would be made about their involvement with the conflict in Iraq.


josh brooks

Published Jan. 9, 2022

Footage recorded by an overhead drone at the aftermath of the September 20, 2005 ambush on a Haliburton Convoy, which left three civilian contractors dead.


September 20, 2005 is an incredibly memorable day for anyone involved in Operation Iraqi Freedom. The most popular piece of footage released from that day was recorded by Haliburton driver Preston Wheeler, and it shows the security element for the convoy quickly egressing out of the kill-zone of an ambush while the truck drivers are left stranded in the middle of Insurgent Country. Wheeler continues to record as the driver in front of him is pulled out of his truck an executed by insurgents.


This footage is lesser known, but it was taken from a military asset overhead that was diverted to their location shortly after the 35-minute-long ambush was initiated. Released by the Department of Defense, it shows the movement of several groups of insurgents and Iraqi civilians around the ambush site. The drone then follows the group it believes to be responsible for the ambush to their base of operations where a raid was later conducted to capture or kill the insurgents involved.


Three KBR truck drivers were killed on September 20, 2005. 42-year-old Keven Dagit, of Jefferson, Iowa; 40-year-old Christopher Lem, of Lyndon Station, Wisconsin; and Sascha Grenner-Case of Sierra Vista, Arizona. Preston Wheeler, who lives in Arkansas, was also shot along with two other Haliburton employees.


Following this event, the use of civilian contractors on the ground in Iraq would be re-assessed, and several documentary length films would be made about their involvement with the conflict in Iraq.


josh brooks

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