Somehow I think that we should be broadcasting this kind of footage over there and on any site that is run by IS, so recruits see what awaits them on the battlefield. The detail is very disturbing, but war is about killing people and breaking things. In 13 hours, there is a scene where the mercenaries are stopped at gunpoint, and the situation is cleared by the fear of unseen drones. Thanks for sharing this, it is a little sickening to see people blown to bits and suffering horrendous deaths, but if terrorists attack, this is the kind of thing they should count on--instant, unexpected, brutal death. In a way, friendly troops are really bait to tempt an enemy to get picked off by gunships.