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Write a well Paragraphed piece of original writing in which you established a clear location in which an event of your choice takes place - The event can be anything you like, but content and language must be appropriate to the situation.

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Write a well Paragraphed piece of original writing in which you established a clear location in which an event of your choice takes place. The event can be anything you like, but content and language must be appropriate to the situation. As the helicopter blades raced round and round above me the tension and silent atmosphere in the cabin could be cut with a knife. Me and squadron 51 were ready to parachute down into the Afghan desert, the drips of sweat that dribbled down my face was agonizing, time seemed to stop as the moment came up when my number would be called. "B1, your up" said my platoon sergeant, as he kitted me out with my various ammo, grenades etc., all the essentials needed for a mission like this. My objective of Operation GVB was to track down the prime suspect Osama bin Laden, and capture him, dead or alive! The exhilarating jump down to land was nothing like the training simulator, a lot scarier, but if I thought this was worrying then I had quite a few frightening moments to come. ...read more.

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He was gone, and, as far as I knew I was the only SAS member left in this mission, which was one of the worst feelings possible, knowing you are isolated in another country with no one who can help you and surrounded by the enemy. But a mission is a mission. It was my duty to carry on with my objectives, so, it was now time to concentrate on survival. I had to evaluate what was ahead of me. I reloaded my gun, took a look around me, choosing which of the 5 wooden doors ahead of me to storm. After I chose my target, I ran through the procedure that we went over everyday back in Hereford. I counted down until the moment I rushed into the room. BANG! The door flew open and I ran in, screaming at the top of my voice, which we were told, slows down reactions of the recipient and the screaming and shouting should distract them from reaching for their gun. ...read more.

Conclusion

All that lay there was what looked like the dead body of one of my compatriots. I moved over, keeping my eyes peeled, to check his pulse . . . . he was still alive!! I placed him into the recovery position, and then it dawned, how suspicious this was. This was the last room left in the building, an empty room, apart from a squad member, who was still alive. I quickly jumped up and spun round to check the surrounding area. There, standing in front of me was the man himself, Osama bin Laden. The terror could be seen in my face, my arms froze. I knew what I had to do, but the frustration of knowing all the hard hours of training was put to waste when I was too scared to move. Then out jumped 5 bodyguards and that's when I knew that it was game over. The whole time it had been a trap. The empty room, the soldier lying on the floor, all a plan to lure me in, and it had worked. I had no idea what was ahead of me, but I knew I wasn't going to be pretty. . . . . ...read more.

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