If this documentary isn’t sad i don’t know what is.  As always being the case, it is one thing to see it on t.v. or in a film and another to be in it.  Whats even scarier is being there and your worst nightmare becomes your reality. It really hits home when every breath you take could be your last.  It is so true that your not just watching out for yourself  your also watching for the person to the right and left of you  because  in the service your taught that your not an individual  but  part of a collective unit in which one member supports the other.   Unfortunately these are the realities of war.

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