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The Civil Affairs section that Hargrove is assigned to is an actual military function. The purpose of civil affairs is to work with the civilian government, or where civilian government is absent, to act in place of it, in countries where the U. S. military operates. The goal is to help restore civilian order, rule of law, and effective government operation, all while reducing resistance to the military presence. See more »
This is part two of the WW2 adventures of Private Hargrove. As you saw in the first movie (See Here, Private Hargrove) our hero is a somewhat hapless, but caring, person. Here he has survived boot camp and has made it to Europe as a corporal. He has his good days (he is a corporal) and his not so good days (he is a private). This is a light comedy that gives you a chance to relax and enjoy yourself. The two movies go well together but you should see the other one first to set the tone for this one. 7/10
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