This video showed extremely poor conduct. Is it condoned policy to kill people on sight simply for carrying weapons? There was no hostile actions by any of the people, and they could have easily instructed them to thrown down their weapons and surrender before opening fire. The Apache was in very little danger, so they could have easily taken their time in figuring out what was going on. Shooting the van collecting the wounded is simply unacceptable.
What bothers me most is that the soldiers received permission to fire upon the van. They didn't just freak out and fire, they calmly asked for permission to fire, and were given clearance to do so. There was no indication of anything hostile from the van, and yet some commander still authorized its destruction. Furthermore, this incident was not reported to the press. No evidence that the soldiers were disciplined for the event has come out either.