Blackfive points us to this amazing story in the London Telegraph,

Gazing through the telescopic sight of his M24 rifle, Staff Sgt Jim Gilliland, leader of Shadow sniper team, fixed his eye on the Iraqi insurgent who had just killed an American soldier.

His quarry stood nonchalantly in the fourth-floor bay window of a hospital in battle-torn Ramadi, still clasping a long-barrelled Kalashnikov. Instinctively allowing for wind speed and bullet drop, Shadow’s commander aimed 12 feet high.

Read the whole thing, it is amazing!

This article leaves me wondering, why do I have to read British newspapers to learn about the heroic actions that our troops are doing on a daily basis? Have you ever seen a similar story in a US media outlet?