SAS Sniper Kills ISIS Commander From 4,000 Ft!

SAS Sniper Kills ISIS Commander From 4,000 Ft

The British Special Air Service also known as SAS was one of the first special forces services and was formed in July 1941, known originally “L” Detachment and in order to deceive the axis forces that they were dealing with a lot bigger force, a plan that was thought of by David Stirling.
Over the years, they have established themselves as one of the best of the best special warfare units, proving their efficiency in numerous dangerous actions.
This time we bring you the story of a SAS sniper that took down a commander of ISIS from an insane distance of 4,000 feet away, whilst the terrorist were teaching a class to his militants about beheadings.

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