https://www.politico.com/story/2018...shooting-afghanistan-battlefield-video-276534 U.S. commanders have launched an investigation into video footage that appears to show an American service member firing into the cab of a civilian truck as the two vehicles pass on a road in Afghanistan, an action that could have violated the military’s rules of engagement and may hamper the alliance with the Afghan government. "The amateur video posted on a public website gives us serious concern," the U.S. Central Command told POLITICO in a statement. "The video in question is not official, not authorized and does not represent the professionalism of the service members of U.S. Central Command. The clip in question shows a military vehicle approaching a truck with a white cab and black cargo cabin, of the type Afghans often call “Jingle trucks.” Military sources identified the first vehicle to POLITICO as a version of the M-ATV armored vehicle specially outfitted for special operations forces... The armored vehicle appears to continue on its way. It is not clear from the footage whether the driver was harmed. No recoil indicating the firing of the shotgun is clearly visible in the footage, nor is a shell or casing seen exiting the weapon. ------------------------------------------------------- What the heck is this video showing in reality? There doesn't appear to be anything showing that weapon was actually fired but it appears you can see the driver of the truck start to lower his head and the shattering of the glass seems to match up with that particular weapon passing that truck. He doesn't even appear to be holding it like he is about to fire and you can't see anyone where that hatch is opened behind him.