They'll Find The Trains Are Guarded By...

You know the song, but let's hear it anyway given the news of the day. More, let's hear it a cappella since their brothers apparently didn't need instruments to perform.

UPDATE: Apparently the initial reports were wrong: no Marines were involved. The three Americans were a National Guardsman, an Airman, and a civilian. A Briton and one Frenchman were also involved in taking down the attacker. You can read about them here.

Strong work, gentlemen.


douglas said...

Marines- who else.
Disgustingly enough, I saw via Ace that CNN's US feed has this headline:
"Americans Prevent Massacre"
But the International version has this:
"Actor Hurt in Train attack in Belgium"
At least the Spanish language edition has this:
"Dos infantes de marina de EE.UU. evitaron masacre en un tren en Francia"
At the Arabic version it's not even the lead. Google translate has a tough time with it:
"Three people were injured after a fire on a train in France .. and two US soldiers were in control of the port"

Texan99 said...

"The terrorist, named in reports as Ayoub el-Qahzzani"--aw, dang it, another dead end.

Grim said...

We may never know what motivated this youth.

Texan99 said...

But we do know that he needed to turn his life around.

raven said...

A few more to enter into the Roster of Hero's.

Ymar Sakar said...

How does the media get something fundamentally wrong as Marines vs NG? It's like they're retarded traitors or something. At least the foreigners have the excuse of a language barrier.