As the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues to rage on toward its 5th week, millions of Ukrainians are forced out of their homes to flee the destruction and combat. However, there are some people who have been drawn in with the will to serve and protect Ukrainians despite the dangers of the combat zone. One of those people is US Army veteran James Vasquez.

Vasquez has been documenting his experiences as a combat volunteer in Ukraine on Twitter, where he has amassed a huge following of 232.9k followers. In a recent video, Vasquez shared a clip of what seemed to be the aftermath of a Ukrainian attack on Russian forces, where he claims he and his group had taken out seven Russian tanks.

“This village has been Russian occupied for a month, they terrorized the people and took their food. Today we entered, took out 7 tanks and countless Russians thus liberating these people,” wrote Vasquez on Twitter.

“Now, I don’t know if you guys know what this is behind me, but that’s a Russian tank,” said Vasquez in the video. Someone behind the camera then follows up with, “Welcome to America!” indicating that the US Army vet is giving Russians a taste of some good old American firepower.

In a follow-up post, the veteran tweeted out another video of him counting out four Russian tanks destroyed by Ukrainian operations.

“For those of you correcting me on tanks. I know some are armored vehicle. Just did not want to get into semantics but here’s some tanks to make you feel better,” James Vasquez wrote on Twitter, to which he described the day as a “good day.”