Dave Eubank says he knew the odds were against him. “ISIS fire was intense as we approached the huddled group of three survivors,” Eubank recalled in an Instagram post.  On June 1, Eubank, an ex-U.S. Army Special Forces soldier who runs a Christian humanitarian organization called Free Burma Rangers, got a call from an Iraqi unit that was fighting ISIS on the

frontlines west of Mosul, Iraq.  “They said civilians coming, a lot (of them) shot,” Eubank told CNN. He and members of the Free Burma Rangers are in Iraq helping civilians flee from ISIS-held areas. The team jumped into action after they got the call. “We got there and a guy came crying, crying, he said, ‘My daughter was shot in front of me, her head was blown off,'” Eubank recalled. READ MORE