New Video Shows ISIS Hostage Raid

The rare view from a helmet cam shows the dangers U.S. forces are facing in Iraq.
1:32 | 10/26/15

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We get the latest on the raid to free dozens of hostages in Iraq. Martha Raddatz just back from the region. Reporter: We knew the fire fight was intense and an American delta force member killed. But this video shows just how harrowing this mission was. A rare and riveting view seen from what amoors to be a helmet cam. With gunfire crackling throughout the compound, U.S. Special of rations forces and kurdish troops guide the 70 isis-held hostages to freedom. A father of four sons, Jacob wheeler, shot and killed in the raid. The mission was not supposed to be a combat mission. The same story in Afghanistan. While U.S. Forces may not be involved in any direct ground combat here in Afghanistan, air power is going 24/7. In just the last six months, U.S. War planes flying 2500 sorties. We've expended over 7,000 rounds of 20 millimeter and dropped hundreds of munitions. Reporter: In both Iraq and Afghanistan, U.S. Officials say the local forces have made progress. But as the Iraq raid shows, they still need a lot of help. We may see more casualties in the future. Now to the breaking news linking meat and cancer.

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