In this documentary join Robert King–renowned photojournalist and videographer– as he films from the frontlines with the Free Syrian Army in Aleppo, the country’s largest city.
The American government relies more and more often on robots to do their fighting. Starting with Operation Desert Storm, many wars are fought from a distance.
On the battlefields of Iraq, Sgt. Samuel Tapia of the United States Army hit a roadside bomb. The explosion burned over 50% of his entire body.
Josephy Kony has now been made famous. While many have qualms with the organization that produced “Kony 2012,” or the footage used in the documentary, nobody contests to Kony’s guilt.
On March 23, 1991 a civil war broke out in Sierra Leone for one reason: to reclaim its wealth from foreign corporations.
The strike that killed Osama bin Laden provided a glimpse of the vast and often secret campaign by US special forces and troops to kill thousands of Taliban and Al Qaeda fighters.
Filmed in early 2004, director-editor Ian Olds’ documentary follows a group of soldiers from the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division stationed in al-Falluja, Iraq’s “city of mosques”.
Medical personnel more accustomed to treating patients than handling weapons prepare to head to Iraq. The 21st CSH (“cash”), or Combat Support Hospital, sets up a full-service mobile hospital at an airbase in Balad, northwest of Baghdad.