As they scope a tiny hamlet, the men of Bravo are frustrated by the capricious nature of the war, and Colbert struggles to defend the actions of the higher-ups. Meanwhile, First Recon runs ... See full summary »

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Sgt. Antonio Espera
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Lt. Nathaniel Fick
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Navy Hm2 Robert Timothy 'Doc' Bryan
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Cpl. Evan 'Q-Tip' Stafford
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Cpl. Walt Hasser
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As they scope a tiny hamlet, the men of Bravo are frustrated by the capricious nature of the war, and Colbert struggles to defend the actions of the higher-ups. Meanwhile, First Recon runs into a number of surprises as they try to cross a bridge. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | War

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Trivia

When Staff Sergeant Colbert is mocking Corporal Person, he refers to him being raised in a "whiskey tango trailer park." Whiskey and Tango are part of the NATO phonetic alphabet that represent the letters W and T. In this context, Whiskey Tango means "White Trash." See more »

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At the 59:26 mark, it is visible that the dead guy "a hajis" on the ground is seen moving his hand. This is right after Lance Cpl. Trombley says, "hajis gotta learn." See more »

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Sgt. Brad 'Iceman' Colbert: If my mother ever distributed my likeness without written authorization I would disown her.
Cpl. Josh Ray Person: Technically speaking Brad, but didn't your biological parents disown you when they put you up for adoption?
Sgt. Brad 'Iceman' Colbert: Point Ray, I was one of those unfortunates adopted by upper middle class professionals, nurtured in an environment of Learning, Art and a socioreligious culture steeped in two thousand years of Talmudic tradition, not everyone is lucky enough have been raised in Whiskey Tango trailer park, by a ...
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Written by William DeVaughn, Roger Parker, Charles Carter, Steve Arrington (as Steven Arrington),
Waung Hankerson, Ice Cube (as O'Shea Jackson), M.C. Ren (as Lorenzo Patterson),
, Eazy-E (as Eric Wright), Dr. Dre (as Andre Young), Gregory A. Webster (as Gregory Webster),
, Andrew Noland, Leroy 'Sugarfoot' Bonner (as Leroy Bonner), Ralph Middlebrooks,
, Junie Morrison (as Walter Morrison), Marshall E. Jones (as Marshall Jones),
, Marvin Pierce and Norman B. Napier (as Norman Napier)
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