Synopsis: After being granted a questionable transfer that will keep him stateside as his National Guard unit deploys for Iraq, Lieutenant Danny Sefton becomes embroiled in a last minute AWOL attempt by one of his soldiers -- forcing him to choose between his loyalties to the fleeing soldier, his unit and his fiancé.
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Director(s): Michael Connors
Production: Xlrator Media
  2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
90 min

We see in many cases, more Iraqi

groups oppose Americans.

a specially in the attack on Haifa Street on Sunday ...

then lightly armed rebels

army vehicle destroyed.

This caused much unrest among American

commanders who I have spoken ...

It is reported that the violence

in cities like Fallujah ...

and Sadr City could be spreading

throughout the country.

Sorry ma'am.

The base is lockdown, no park allowed.

Sorry, sir.

Didn't see u in there.

I got that Vick.

Ok. I'll see you tomorrow morning at eight.

- Tomorrow eight.

Gentlemen, there's asked us to leave our

jobs and families.

But we join our active duty brothers in this tough fight.

Our mission,

support the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit ...

in the facilty of Sadr City.

8 Hour for movement of Camp Sullivan

is 08 tomorrow morning

We arrive at nine o'clock in Newburg.

The command to broadcast

has gone out ...

I ordered the Sergeant Major

to the basic insurance.

There's nobody comes on this basis, or leave

him, without my personal permission.

Gentlemen, in less than 48 hours ...

we are in one of the

dangerous battle areas in the world.

Okay, ladies, let's go.

Good stuff.

Make your mother proud.

Sergeant Kraft.

- Sir.

Is that our new Gore-Tex?

- No. Really.

We have just enough for a company.

Bravo was you.


- Really.

Captain Yang Bravo Company

sitting behind me ...

because of all the GPS systems

in the Humvee on your company.

And you're well compensated for.

- No idea what you're talking about.

Where is my whip?


- Race six.

Socks against the Yanks.

I thought because you one million U.S. dollars

injury and did not broadcast ...

I hear this, sir.

- Shilling throws.

And his ankles are fucked up. You can

the Yanks win the medal. Promise.

I need my thing

clean and besides ...

Bravo has their application

yesterday filed.

I have the Gore-Tex morning requested.

- All papers have already been filed.

Come on, guys. Seriously?

Did you see the guy with one arm up to that?

Can someone settle this? What are you doing?

- See this.

Here is the application, and now get what ...

It is dated two days

for Bravo's request.

Is that so?

- So, in the interest of fairness ...

you have decided to take the new Gore-Tex,

attributable to the Alpha Company.

VIP seats, one row behind the Yankees bench.

Smell it, you're so close.

She spills maybe even some champagne

on you, after they have won.

I'll kill you. I will

The Gore-Tex equal to Alfa your body.

And then I want you never see.



I have everything from action to romantic comedy.

I Cold Play, Outcast, Jay Z

Your favorite.

Nelson Heat.

Cougars on the prowl.

Hey, Sir. Everything good?

- Hey, Carroll.

How are you?

- Good. Thank you.

The food that you wanted.

Thank you, Sir.

Will you still with us?

Sure looks that way.

- That's okay, Carroll.

We want his pity.

What are you doing here, sir?

I'll stay with you until you leave tomorrow.

- Why?

How did you come out from under?

Did you think a few DVDs and some porn

it would make us in the lurch?

If I could find a way

to get out of it, I would do it.

I think some people do not

appreciate your ...


Lieutenant Sefton's transfer

four days was approved.

My biggest concern is his replacement.

We leave in less than 24 hours,

and I still have no executive officer.

Yes, sir. I understand that Danny

us in an awkward position brought.

But you told me that we substitute

yesterday would get.

Yes, he is.

Well, it's about time, sir.

Is this it?

- Yes, sir.

Lieutenant Chambers. Westpoint Air Force.

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