Out of the 160 men in his unit, 32 were casualties. But, thanks to the Marines' helmets and body armor, no one died. "The body armor worked real well. If it wasn't for that we could have been in a lot more trouble," Marine Sgt. Warren Hills said of his mission to secure a bridge in iraq. http://www.dailyworld.com/html/402EFD5F-064C-4D18-BE26-3E9B4C4FC31F.shtml
So would the M113 Gavin.Maybe we'll start seeing more stories appear in print as the troops rotate.I've heard some stories that confirm the good things I've read.
hii am back from holidayand still herefor the ones that wonderedwhat happened with dhbsome sell of ?? (small amounts)any special news i missed