By The Daily Wire. A Special Air Services dog is being hailed as a hero after he successfully fought off a Jihadi surprise attack while his unit was on patrol in Syria.
The un-named Belgian Malinois was on a “routine patrol” in a small Syrian village with six British Special Air Services soldiers, when the unit came under surprise attack — a “360 degree ambush,” the Daily Mail reports. The soldiers fired on the Jihadis, but they were out-manned, and quickly surrounded.
One of the soldiers let the dog out of his leash and signaled for the dog to attack. . .
“The handler removed the dog’s muzzle and directed him into a building from where they were coming under fire,” according to reports obtained by the Daily Star. “They could hear screaming and shouting before the firing from the house stopped.” . . .
“[The gunman’s] throat had been torn out and he had bled to death,” the report said. “There was also a lump of human flesh in one corner and a series of blood trails leading out of the back of the building.” (Read more from “Good Boy: British Special Forces Combat Dog Takes Down Three Syrian Jihadis, Saves Fellow Soldiers” HERE)
Hero SAS Dog Saves the Lives of Six Elite Soldiers in Syria by Ripping out Jihadi’s Throat While Taking Down Three Terrorists Who Ambushed British Patrol
By The Daily Mail. An SAS team was saved after a brave military dog fought off a jihadi who attacked a patrol in northern Syria.
The unnamed Belgian Malinois, a fierce breed of sheepdog known for its bravery, had been out on a routine patrol with a team of six crack soldiers from the SAS.
The animal was said to have leapt to the defence of the struggling British soldiers, tearing the throat of on gunman who was firing at the patrol.
It then turned on two other jihadis, leaving them seriously injured before the other six ambushers all fled. (Read more from “Hero SAS Dog Saves the Lives of Six Elite Soldiers in Syria by Ripping out Jihadi’s Throat While Taking Down Three Terrorists Who Ambushed British Patrol” HERE)