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Exploring the war experience in audio documentaries. Season 1: Battlefield Fallujah - The True Story of one of the Deadliest Battles of the Iraq War.
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An account of the “Hell House” battle during Operation Phantom Fury, Fallujah, Iraq - as told by Lance Corporal Justin Boswood, Team Leader, 2nd Platoon, Kilo Company, Third Battalion, First Marines [RCT-2]. Transcript available in the show notes at MilitaryDispatch.com Audio contains EXPLICIT LANGUAGE, DESCRIBES GRAPHIC WAR VIOLENCE, and DEPICTS THE DEATH OF MILITARY PERSONNEL
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Special Announcement

2018-09-0300:00:59

Military Dispatch is in development on an audio documentary series, scheduled for release in early 2019. During production, the regular monthly podcast will be on hiatus.
Director Lindsay Holt talks to writer/producer Laura Cross about making the short action/war film Devil Dogs, which is set during the 2004 battle of Fallujah in the Iraq War. The film premiered at the 2017 GI Film Festival in Washington D.C. over Memorial Day Weekend and was broadcast on television on the ShortsTV channel network in the U.S. and Europe. Available on iTunes and Amazon.
The War Experience in Films, Books and Media
The War Experience in Films, Books and Media.
The War Experience in Films, Books and Media.
The War Experience in Films, Books and Media.
Bing West - Marine veteran, military author, and former Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs during the Reagan Administration - shares his experiences as a Marine in Vietnam and discusses his books The Village, No True Glory: A Frontline Account of the Battle for Fallujah, and One Million Steps: A Marine Platoon at War.
Marine veteran and military author Robert Tanner shares his experiences in the Marine Corps in Fallujah, Iraq and discusses his book "Memoirs of an Outlaw: Life in the Sandbox"
Navy veteran and actor John J. Pistone shares his experiences making the short action/war film Devil Dogs, as well as his time as a navy combat cameraman, and his path to become an actor, filmmaker, and military consultant for film and television.
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