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Being Alone, Donkey, and Fire: A one-man army 2 Gurkha used 400 bullets, Courageous: Acting Sgt Dipprasad Pun came under 17 grenades, a mine and even a tripod to defeat fire from the enomy for 15minutos 30 Taliban on his own A GURKHA who fired 40lets By Fred Attewill and 17 grenades while single-handedly lighting off 30 Taliban militants is to he found iwo insurgents digging a reccive the second highest military trench to lay an improvised explosive honour for bravery device at the checkpoint's front gate. Acting Sgt Dipprasad Pun, 3 was on sentry duty alone at night when he discovered two insurgents preparing to plant a bomb outside He then found himself pinned down under attack from rocket-propelled grenades and AK47s for more than 15 minutes, as e franticall,y As enemy tighters launched wave radioed for back up after wave of attacks, the 1.7m (Slin) At tirst, he was afraid but he said Gurkha opened fire with a machine yesterday: As soon as I opened gun, a rile and a grenade launcher. ire, that was gone before they When he exhausted all ammunition kill me I have lo kill some. he tried to batter one militant with a When the fight was over, his sandbag before bludgeoning him with company commander arrived a machine gun tripod, as he roared in casually slapped him on the Nepali: I will kill you, back and asked if he was OK The soldier, from the Royal Gurkha The third gencration Gur- Rilles, was alerted to he enemy when kha. from Ken, will receive he heard what he thought was a cow or the Conspicuous Gallantry Cross, one of 136 awards to a donkey near his sentry posi. But, when he climbed on to the roof, be announced today Defines Badassery πŸ‘ŠπŸ»
Being Alone, Donkey, and Fire: A one-man
 army
 2
 Gurkha
 used 400 bullets,
 Courageous:
 Acting Sgt
 Dipprasad Pun
 came under
 17 grenades, a mine and
 even a tripod to defeat
 fire from the
 enomy for
 15minutos
 30 Taliban on his own
 A GURKHA who fired 40lets By Fred Attewill
 and 17 grenades while single-handedly
 lighting off 30 Taliban militants is to he found iwo insurgents digging a
 reccive the second highest military trench to lay an improvised explosive
 honour for bravery
 device at the checkpoint's front gate.
 Acting Sgt Dipprasad Pun, 3 was
 on sentry duty alone at night when he
 discovered two insurgents preparing
 to plant a bomb outside
 He then found himself pinned down
 under attack from rocket-propelled
 grenades and AK47s for more than
 15 minutes, as e franticall,y
 As enemy tighters launched wave radioed for back up
 after wave of attacks, the 1.7m (Slin) At tirst, he was afraid but he said
 Gurkha opened fire with a machine yesterday: As soon as I opened
 gun, a rile and a grenade launcher. ire, that was gone before they
 When he exhausted all ammunition kill me I have lo kill some.
 he tried to batter one militant with a When the fight was over, his
 sandbag before bludgeoning him with company commander arrived
 a machine gun tripod, as he roared in casually slapped him on the
 Nepali: I will kill you,
 back and asked if he was OK
 The soldier, from the Royal Gurkha The third gencration Gur-
 Rilles, was alerted to he enemy when kha. from Ken, will receive
 he heard what he thought was a cow or the Conspicuous Gallantry
 Cross, one of 136 awards to
 a donkey near his sentry posi.
 But, when he climbed on to the roof,
 be announced today
Defines Badassery πŸ‘ŠπŸ»

Defines Badassery πŸ‘ŠπŸ»