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C.J. Chivers provides an aerial analysis of the medevac helicopter rescue of Cpl. Zachary K. Kruger in Marja, Afghanistan. June of 2010. It was June 1, and a crew from Charlie Company, known as Dustoff, 6th Battalion...
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On May 18, 2010, Infantryman charged into close combat protecting an American base under intense assault by Taliban fighters in Afghanistan.
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The story of how Jim Peters and his company – T-shirts 4 Troops – have helped 11,000 combat troops. Heroic men and women who have lost limbs, sight, hearing and are left emotionally scarred from the battlefield. In th...
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Following on from his BAFTA-shortlisted Panorama programme Taking on the Taliban, Ben caught up with 24-year-old Lance Corporal Jack Mizon of the Queen's Company, Grenadier Guards. Jack was a hero in Afghanistan, h...
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Video footage from 3/5's deployment to Sangin, Afghanistan
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Former U.S. Navy SEAL Chris Beck embarks on a new mission as Kristin Beck. Kristin's journey in search of the American ideals that she protected: life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness have a whole new meaning as...
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The trailer for documentary titled "In a Heartbeat." American combat veterans of the war in Afghanistan reflect upon their experiences in the war, as well as coming to grips with reintegrating into -and t...
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Two F16's fly extremely low over the heads of U.S soldiers in Afghanistan.
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An operator had a close call in Afghanistan when the AT4 he was firing malfunctioned and almost blew up.
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Helmet cam footage out of Afghanistan shows an ODA Special Forces soldier being treated for his wounds, mid firefight, after being shot three times.
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Having witnessed the battle for the town of Garmser in the Helmand province of Afghanistan, Sean Langan goes to meet The Taliban. In this remarkable film he recounts his initial encounter. 'The commander, a young e...
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When an American soldier dies overseas, they are returned to the U.S. the same way each time. Byron Pitts follows one fallen soldier in his final journey home in what the military calls a "dignified transfer."