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Black Hawk Down: Panic in Mogadishu (2:48)

In this History Channel video, the Black Hawk Down incident in Mogadishu, Somalia is recounted by U.S. Army Ranger Jeff Struecker. He said it was pure chaos in the streets of Mogadishu as they were trying to rescue their fellow soldiers.

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