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A documentary series follows U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan and includes archival footage.

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A fearless combat medic fights to win the loyalty of his Infantry Platoon, but ends up needing their medical care in order to survive a rocket propelled grenade attack in the deadly Tangi Valley.
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Two rescue stories depicting the brotherhood of men under fire. One story follows a MEDEVAC crew landing in a minefield to retrieve causalities; the other centers on a friendship forged in combat.
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Young, untested 82nd Airborne Paratroopers follow their combat proven leaders as they storm the Taliban's Playground and take the fight to the enemy. Ghazni Province, Afghanistan 2012.

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