Sheepdog in Action: Former Green Beret Soldier Saves Girl Amid ISIS Sniper Fire

Watch this amazing video as David Eubank, 56 and a former Green Beret, now a US Aid Worker, dodges ISIS sniper fire to rescue a little girl caught by the battle.

“I thought, ‘If I die doing this, my wife and kids would understand,” Eubank said.

The action and rescue took place in Mosul, a city in Iraq. ISIS snipers were actively firing at civilians as they fled from the scene.

With little more protection other than a helmet and a bullet-proof vest, Eubank ran 150 yards to rescue the little girl and rush her to safety behind a tank.

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