VIDEO: Looking behind the sightlines of an American soldier under Taliban fire

VIDEO: Looking behind the sightlines of an American soldier under Taliban fire

Hear from the Army private whose first-person video of a firefight in Afghanistan has received more than twenty-three million views on YouTube. The small, mountable cameras are often used for tactical means, but hours of combat footage taken by these helmet cams have also been viewed by millions on the Internet. The Washington Post’s Greg Jaffe talks about the ubiquity of the cameras and the combat footage that ends up on computer screens around the world.

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