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Uploaded on Oct 5, 2007

The title of course is not true, its sarcastic, just like 90% of what you see about the US Military in Iraq. What it really is is this, Soldiers handing out soccer balls to Iraqi children and administering medicine to livestock. Scenes include Soldiers loading and playing with soccer balls, setting up an area for working with the livestock, giving animals injections, handing out the balls and playing soccer with the children and a Soldier speaking through a translator explaining the significance of the soccer balls. There are Thousands of videos on this channel that have military members doing good things, sorry you didn't find the negative you were looking for. maybe your a better person for it now..:)

Want to see children attacked? Watch the video response I posted. Then come tell me who the real killers of children are.


Video footage shot by Luke Thornberry - http://www.youtube.com/user/thornberrylc maybe you can ask him what really happens when the camera is off since he shot all the footage! Visit his site or post a question to him here.

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