Breaking Video: U.S. Embassy Under Attack

United States Embassy, Baghdad, Iraq

( – Happening Now: Just moments ago, video footage (watch the video further down this post) of a rocket attack on the United States Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq shows dramatic footage of United States Armed Forces employing the C-RAM defense system to engage the incoming rockets.

According to Wikipedia, the C-RAM (Counter rocket, artillery, and mortar) defense system is “used to detect and/or destroy incoming rockets, artillery, and mortar rounds in the air before they hit their ground targets, or simply provide early warning.”

Further, “the C-RAM uses the 20mm HEIT-SD (high-explosive incendiary tracer, self-destruct) ammunition, originally developed for the M163 Vulcan air defense system. These rounds explode on impact with the target, or on tracer burnout, thereby greatly reducing the risk of collateral damage from rounds that fail to hit their target.”

Watch the video below as the C-RAM as it goes into action to defend American forces and civilian personnel still stationed at the embassy inside Iraq.

As of the time of this posting, there are no known American casualties from the attack.

This video footage is provided as part of a breaking news report from Reclaiming America.

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