Bravo reaches Baghdad, where the men are shocked by the sheer size and scope of the city. As their time there comes to an end, the Marines take inventory and reflect--even as tensions boil over and disaster strikes.
Did You Know?
Several times throughout series characters give times as (for example) "2300 hours." Like personnel in the Navy, Marines would only say "2300" since it is understood that the number relates to time and "hours" would be redundant. Other armed services like the Army and Air Force would use "hours" after the time. See more
Cpl. Daniel Redman
You know the military can fuck up anything. They can even make going to the beach suck. But one thing that ain't overrated is combat. You take rounds, you shoot back, stuff blowing up. Fucking sensory overload.
References The In-Laws
Morning Train (Nine to Five)
Written by Susan Bridget Inskip See more