Full Report: How United States’ Soldiers Rescued a Kidnapped American Citizen in Nigeria

The Government of United States of America had once again showed that they’ve got a super unique and strategic military operatives as it’s been revealed that they planned and organised the mission from over 6,000km away in the Pentagon.

Here’s a report on How United States’ Soldiers Rescued a Kidnapped American Citizen in Nigeria, West Africa.

The United States cops deployed drones from their base in Niger to give them constant surviellance and communication hook up to their satellites way up in the Sky.

Had their aircraft carrier on the gulf of Guinea with Jets ready to be scrambled to give air cover in case the target area gets swamped by tangos.

They then flew their star boys all the way from the US military base in Germany onboard the USAF Globemaster from where they parachuted from 25,000ft down to a location less than 3miles to the location where they hooked up with local assets who had provided transportation closer to the main location.

Meanwhile back at the United States’ Drone base in Niger, Delta Force team were on standby with 4 Blackhawks and two gunships waiting for the go.

Their job was to pick up the team and the rescued hostage at a designated pickup point 5 clicks from the target location and if the mission goes wrong act as back up forces to the seal team with the reaper drone coming in hot on any advancing enemy tangos.

Seal Team makes it to location. Goes in clean. Secures hostage and calls in Big Eagle. Team makes it down to pick up point and in less than 1 minute Ranger pickups arrive and we have birds in the sky.

Mission accomplished!!!

27 year old Philip Walton was successfully rescued and six of the seven kidnappers killed. It took place inside the territory of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.