A GURKHA under investigation for beheading a Taliban gunman has been allowed back on normal duty.
The Nepalese soldier faced court martial after he returned to base with the enemy fighter’s head in a bag and presented it to senior officers.
He had decapitated the insurgent with his kukri machete, the traditional Gurkha weapon, during fierce fighting on the Afghan front line.
I was under the impression that killing the enemy was kind of the point of the exercise.
Color SGT. Kajiman Limbo of the Royal Gurkha Regiment posing in Afganistan with an issue kukri. He is NOT the accused Gurkha.Found at Ace's ONT.
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