Former SEAL Shot After Saving Little Girl

In the early morning hours of June 2, 2017, Mattos was working alongside the aid group Free Burma Rangers — who have been described as “Doctors without borders, with machine guns” — when he and the rest of the team discovered the site of an ISIS massacre.

Besides the former US Navy SEAL sniper, the team of Free Burma Rangers also included former US Marine Sky Barkley and was lead by former US Army Special Forces and Ranger David Eubank — the founder of the Free Burma Rangers.

The team of Free Burma Rangers conducted a reconnaissance of the ISIS massacre site and quickly discovered multiple Iraqi civilians still alive in the piles of scattered corpses. They counted two wounded men and four young children trapped and on the verge of death. Despite the deadly odds, the team decided they had no choice but to make a rescue attempt.

The team of Free Burma Rangers conducted a reconnaissance of the ISIS massacre site and quickly discovered multiple Iraqi civilians still alive in the piles of scattered corpses. They counted two wounded men and four young children trapped and on the verge of death. Despite the deadly odds, the team decided they had no choice but to make a rescue attempt.

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Tags: US Navy, SEAL, Ephraim Mattos, Rescue, Iraqi Girl, ISIS, Mosul, Iraq, Doctors Without Borders, Free Burma Rangers, Funker530

Location: Mosul, Iraq

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