His position was almost overrun by Taliban fighters, and he engaged some 30 of them single-handed. He expended 400 rounds of ammo until his rifle was out or jammed, then used 17 grenades and a claymore mine. Finally, he beat the last of the enemy fighters with the tripod of his machine gun, yelling 'Marchu talai!', Nepalese for 'I will kill you'.
"I thought I was going to die . . . so I tried to kill as many as I could."
This serves as a reminder that one of Life's lessons is 'never take on a Gurkha'.
(H/T to Donald Sensing)