This helicopter gun camera video footage, released in 2009, shows the methodical way in which the International Security Assistance Force personnel handled the threat of an improvised explosive device (IED) placed by two insurgents. Five IEDs total were planted along a road in southern Zabul province, Afghanistan.

Scenes include an attack weapons team of helicopters assigned to the 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade of Task Force Pegasus observing and engaging two insurgents placing an IED, destroying them and eliminating the threat.

Featured video courtesy of US Military Videos & Photos

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