“Stand down Rambo”, army vet Sean Row is coming to the rescue and determined to save lives and put is own on the line just like the fictional character based on David Morrell’s novel “First Blood” and made famous by Sylvester Stallone.

However Row is no fictional character, in a recent interview Rowe told Fox News that there is no denying that innocent civilians in Iraq and Syria need help in the face of such pervasive extremism: "These are a different breed of guys," he said. "I look at it like they're rabid dogs that need to be put down.

He continued: "I'm a well-trained veteran with the best military in the world," he said, "and there's nothing more important than helping these innocent women and children being slaughtered over there."

The eight-year Army vet said that he has "a very good idea of what we're walking into" thanks to his group's connections with locals in both Iraq and Syria.

However unlike the fictional character, Row and his team can’t do it alone and his biggest challenge currently is a lack of resources: "We have most of what we need right now," he said, "but we are seeking to raise support because we can't take a lot of stuff with us."

Rowe and his team are quite aware of the danger’s they face: "We have a very good idea of what we're walking into... We know it's going to be very dangerous," he conceded.

However he and his team of vets are determined to do everything they can to combat this growing evil, and unlike this administration they know full well who the enemy is and aren’t afraid to call them out by name.

For more information or for those interested in contributing to their cause, check out the Veterans Against ISIS website here.

To hear veteran Sean Rowe's full remarks, watch the video.

h/t: MRCTV



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