Exclusive: Marines Who Rescued Downed Pilots in Libya Feared Hostile Fire

The United States Marine Corps captains who rescued two U.S. Air Force pilots in Libya said today they feared hostile fire during the rescue mission but describe an otherwise smooth operation that lasted about an hour and a half. "After it was all over we felt very good," said USMC Capt. Erik "Brillo" Kolle. "Getting a guy out like that and have everything go the way it was supposed to is very satisfying. It was personally very satisfying." The two rescued pilots had ejected from their U.S....Full Story
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