High up in the mountains in Afghanistan, a firefight was raging. It was June 28, 2005, and the Global War on Terrorism was in full swing. A four-man Navy SEAL squad was engaged in a fierce battle with Taliban forces, and the SEALS were greatly outnumbered.But a rescue mission was underway. A team of eight SEALs and eight Army commandos flew in on an MH-47 helicopter. Former St. John’s College Graduate Institute student Lt. Cmdr. Erik Kristensen was leading the mission. Operation Red Wings.