Eight years after being listed as missing in action and presumed dead in Iraq, Marine Corps Sgt. Nicholas Brody is found alive in an Al Qaeda prison. He returns home to a hero's welcome and begins reconnecting with his family. His wife Jessica welcomes him back while his daughter Dana has only a slim memory of him. Son Chris doesn't remember him at all. He's not aware that his wife had begun a serious relationship with his best friend. Meanwhile, CIA agent Carrie Mathison has been back in Washington for 10 months after a tour of duty in Iraq that ended when she bribed her way into an Iraqi prison to question a detainee minutes before his execution. In return for a promise to protect his family, he tells Carrie a great secret: a US soldier has been turned. She now suspects Brody and after the Agency dismisses her concerns, sets off on her own to find evidence against him. Written by
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The homecoming scene that takes place at Joint Reserve Andrews was filmed at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. The first fighter jet shown is part of the military aviation museum there. See more
The USMC standard code for a hair cut allows for 3 inches on the top but gradual blending of the hair on the back and sides. While Brody's hair appears allowable by regulations, Marines have an unwritten rule for uniformity, meaning that the officers of the company or battalion would set the standard for how the Marines wear their hair. Brody is only a Sergeant and would have to follow the uniformity of his commander which would more likely be a 'high and tight'. See more
I don't care where he is. Find him, it's urgent. Yes, I'll hold.
Performed by Tomasz Stanko Quintet See more