Afghanistan vet who killed indiscriminately praying for innocent Afghans
Well this is awkward.
By Call Sign Buttercup
FORT CAMPBELL — An Army chief warrant officer urged his social media followers to pray for the innocent Afghan people on Friday several years after the Apache attack helicopter pilot indiscriminately killed many of them on multiple deployments.
“Even the special ops dudes can’t compete with my numbers,” Army Chief Warrant Officer 3 David Lee told his colleagues as recently as last winter. “Were some of them farmers? Yeah, probably. But, you know, whatever.”
Lee, who deployed to Afghanistan twice with the 101st Airborne Division out of Fort Campbell, reportedly loved his time in the country because of the work he did.
“I racked up so many flight hours hunting for them Allah-Akbar turban heads,” he recalled. “They called me the executor.”
However, Lee took a more heartening, somber tone to Facebook on news of the Taliban’s overrun of the country. This week, he asked his Facebook followers to join him in praying for the war-torn nation.
“In light of all this turmoil, …