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Royal Irish Platoon in Contact with Taliban (2010)

Published Oct. 9, 2021

Members of a Royal Irish Infantry Platoon participate in a running gun battle with the Taliban while conducting combat operations in the Helmand Province in 2010.


Little known fact, the Royal Irish Infantry and the Royal Military in general put in a significant amount of work during combat operations in the Helmand Province. For them, this conflict wasn't known as Operation Enduring Freedom, although I'm sure some of them called it that. To the Royal Military. the war in Afghanistan had several different operation names, with each name representing a different part of the conflict.


Just an aside, but I look forward to reading comments of this video. Our friends across the pond always have good insight on these topics.


Operations Veritas and Fingal were the first two operational names for the Royal Military's involvement in Afghanistan. Following that, a majority of the high density combat operations were held under Operation Herrick. In total, 454 total troops were killed in combat during these operations. Operation Herrick concluded in October of 2014, and the Royal Military would only participate further by providing the Afghan National Army training support through Operation Toral.


josh brooks

Published Oct. 9, 2021

Members of a Royal Irish Infantry Platoon participate in a running gun battle with the Taliban while conducting combat operations in the Helmand Province in 2010.


Little known fact, the Royal Irish Infantry and the Royal Military in general put in a significant amount of work during combat operations in the Helmand Province. For them, this conflict wasn't known as Operation Enduring Freedom, although I'm sure some of them called it that. To the Royal Military. the war in Afghanistan had several different operation names, with each name representing a different part of the conflict.


Just an aside, but I look forward to reading comments of this video. Our friends across the pond always have good insight on these topics.


Operations Veritas and Fingal were the first two operational names for the Royal Military's involvement in Afghanistan. Following that, a majority of the high density combat operations were held under Operation Herrick. In total, 454 total troops were killed in combat during these operations. Operation Herrick concluded in October of 2014, and the Royal Military would only participate further by providing the Afghan National Army training support through Operation Toral.


josh brooks

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