plenty but most of the time they were indirect fire. guys spraying behind a mud wall hundreds of meters away and they would've ran by the time we cordon off the and secured the area. IEDs were our biggest concern.
funny story, we were out doing a VCP when another squad were doing a foot patrol and they took fire and we immediately went for support. when we got there we were laying down support and they would flank and close in. since they had a better understanding of the enemies position. the mud house he was in was at the very least 70 yards away from our position and while we were shooting our gungho private threw a grenade. anyways we got the dude, did the usual post action stuff and went back into the wire for debrief and all that jazz. during our debrief with our fire team leader and our XO 'also, who threw a grenade from 60+ yards away? what did you think you were going to accomplish with chucking a grenade nearly a football field in distance.'