The Hornet's Nest
Two Journalists Follow US Troops in Afghanistan

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A good solid documentary told primarily from the viewpoint of two embedded journalist/cameramen. There is little discussion here on the "Big Picture" situation in Afghanistan. Except for the somewhat rough language (LOL) used by soldiers and marines this is a family-friendly documentary that ...Read more

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