“I lived thanks to Lee Geun who killed the Russians”… There are eyewitness accounts of volunteers team members

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[이데일리 박정수 기자] There are eyewitness accounts of volunteers praising the achievements of former Naval Special Warfare Group (UDT/SEAL) Captain Lee Geun, who participated in the Ukrainian International Volunteer Army and returned home with a knee injury.

Former Captain Lee Geun, who participated in the ‘Homeland Defense Force International Brigade’, a foreign volunteer unit in Ukraine, answers questions from reporters after returning home from Incheon International Airport Terminal 1 on the morning of May 27. (Photo = Yonhap News)

According to ‘BATTLES & BEERS’, an Instagram account dealing with war stories, on the 16th, Viking, who was active in the Ukraine International Volunteer Army, reported the activities of former Captain Lee.

Viking said in a post, “The most eventful mission at Irfin was when I was assigned to a unit led by the legendary ‘ROKSEAL’ (Former Captain Lee Geun).”

“We were tasked with driving to the assembly point and capturing the buildings of the ambushed Russians in the city,” the Vikings said. told

“During the operation, a civilian in their 50s ran to us and showed us where the Russian army was,” he said. .

“When we got to the house, we could hear the engine of the armored car from the other side of the building,” Viking said. “The gunners ran upstairs to find a vantage point where they could fire the ‘NLAW’ (Next-Generation Light Anti-Tank Missile).” said.

However, this did not go as planned, and he was shot and only the weapon was dropped. The Vikings claimed, “At this point, ‘ROKSEAL’ dealt with two infantrymen escorting a Russian ‘armored vehicle (BMD)'”.

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“The armored car driver was so confused that he started making a U-turn in the middle of the road,” he added.

“When we ran downstairs, we saw one of our team members being wounded and cared for by the other team members,” Viking said. “We treated him and started evacuating. He ran through houses and yards, and jumped over fences under fire. “It was the most adrenaline rush of my life,” he recalled.

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