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Nat Serling (Character)
from Courage Under Fire (1996)

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Courage Under Fire -- While his own record is under investigation, a Persian Gulf tank commander reviews another officer's candidacy for a posthumous medal and becomes drawn into her story.
Courage Under Fire -- A US Army officer, despondent about a deadly mistake he made, investigates a female chopper commander's worthiness for the Medal of Honor.

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Lt. Col. Nathan 'Nat' Serling

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  1. Courage Under Fire (1996) Played by Denzel Washington (as Lt. Col. Nathan 'Nat' Serling)

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From Courage Under Fire (1996)
Nathaniel Serling: Will there be a public statement of the facts when the Al Bathra investigation is over sir?
General Hershberg: There's been a decision not to release any of these findings until every case has been thoroughly reviewed.
Nathaniel Serling: [pause] Well how long do you imagine that will be sir? I mean the next time I see Lieutenant Boylar's parents, I'd like to be able to tell them the whole truth.
General Hershberg: Do you want to know how many grieving parents I had to deal with during Vietnam?
Nathaniel Serling: With all do respect sir, this is not Vietnam. Lieutenant Boylar's tank was hit by uranium-depleted shells. We're the only country in the world that uses them. We got these reporters from the Washington Post sniffing around his parents, looking for the truth, and the only person that knows the truth is not allowed to say it because these investigators are dragging their backsides. Someone has got to be accountable for this.
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