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Stories from soldiers on the front lines in Afghanistan.

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aired 402 days ago
Two weeks into the Golf Company's mission; Capt. Middendorf hopes to land a telling blow.
aired 402 days ago
Golf Company continues their relentless surge, encountering civilians for the first time, and hunting for the enemy's command center.
aired 402 days ago
Golf Company must reach and clear a drug baron's compound while under constant fire.
aired 402 days ago
Capt. Ben Middendorf and the men of Golf Company, 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines, enter the most dangerous place in Afghanistan.
aired 502 days ago
On their last mission before their scheduled return home, Golf Company faces one last hurdle while raiding a narcotics processing site.

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