ROE in Afghanistan

#1
Are there 2 different sets of ROE, 1 for us & 1 for the septics?
I saw a report on tv where a septic sniper took out a guy alledgedly an unarmed taliban spotter, yet I have seen other reports from our guys & they couldn't take anyone out as he wasn't showing no sign of carrying a weapon yet knew he was a taliban spotter
 
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cúnt

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#4
The main difference is that the Yanks are permitted to say 'get some' and make whooping noises as they fire. The Brits are permitted to say 'good show' and 'I say, cracking shot my man'.
 
#7
As you would expect, in most operations, countries hold national vetos over what ROE their forces operate under. It doesn't make coalition operations any easier, but it does mean that other countries can't tell you who and who not to shoot.
 
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guestm

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#8
As you would expect, in most operations, countries hold national vetos over what ROE their forces operate under. It doesn't make coalition operations any easier, but it does mean that other countries can't tell you who and who not to shoot.

It also changes subtley op to op.

For instance Sond Chara's ROE was different in ways to those used day to day.
 

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