Any restrictions on what could be filmed? What was Dog's Company's primary job? Why were they always in danger? What about the film's graphic language?
How, in the chaos of Iraq, junior officers like those in Dog Company, are sharing war's lessons and teaching each other how to think and fight creatively
Four members of Dog Company talk about the political situation on the ground, the threat from insurgents, and the death of a soldier
Producer Edward Jarvis describes the experience of being embedded, and the sights and sounds of a month in Baghdad
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A Company of Soldiers
FRONTLINE reports from inside the U.S. Army's 8th Cavalry Regiment stationed in Baghdad for an up-close intimate look at the dangers facing an American military unit in Iraq. Shot in the weeks following the U.S. presidential election the film tracks the day-to-day challenges facing the 8th Cavalry's Dog Company as it suddenly has to cope with a dramatic increase in attacks by the insurgents.
posted feb. 22, 2005
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Pictured: Top row left to right - Pfc. Benjamin Morgan, Spc. Dennis Cline, Sgt. Shane Carpenter, Sgt. Gabriel Garcia Sr.
Middle row - Pvt. Josue Reyes.
Bottom row left to right - Spc. Erik Noveda, Sgt. Cesar Cruz, Capt. Jason Whiteley, Pvt. Joseph Creswell (photo courtesy Edward Jarvis)