Gamers, U.S. Launch Simultaneous Attack on al Qaeda

The latest Kuma\\War game release takes players up close and personal in the hunt for terrorists in the remotest regions of Afghanistan. Ironically, while video gamers manned the controls of the deadly accurate MQ-1 Predator drone in stealthy in-game attacks on Taliban operatives, real U.S. forces in South Waziristan carried out an actual drone assault – one that produced the death of the Pakistani Taliban’s leader, Baitullah Mehsud.

Mehsud was one of the most wanted Islamist extremists by anti-terrorism forces, a militia organizer who gained power and control over Pakistan’s vast tribal regions. Mehsud led many terrorist attacks against U.S. and Pakistani forces on both sides of the Afghan-Pakistani border in a show of resolve to maintain Taliban control over the lawless regions. In addition, Baitullah Mehsud is suspected of taking part in the planning or execution of a number of high-profile terrorist attacks, including the 2007 assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.

We tip our hats to those involved in the planning and execution of this significant victory against al Qaeda, and invite video gamers and news junkies alike to try their hand at the controls of an unmanned aerial vehicle in Kuma\\War’s featured mission, episode 88: USAF Armed Recon SNP. The episode, like all 100+ Kuma games, is free to play and no registration is required.

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