This is a 2009 documentary coordinated by Jake Rademacher and created by Rademacher and Norman S. Powell. The story is revolving around a few US officers in the Iraq. The film's official makers are chief and Presidential Citizens Medal beneficiary Gary Sinise and David Scantling, awarded with the Secretary of Defense Medal for Outstanding Public Service.
This documentary won the Best Documentary Feature Award at the 2008 GI Film Festival. The film emphasizes a unique score by Lee Holdridge and an original composition, " Brothers in Arms", by John Ondrasik.
Jake Rademacher states at the start of the documentary that he is embarking on a journey of comprehension of the experience, reparation, and inspiration of his two siblings serving in Iraq. As the film goes on it becomes clear that Jake's hidden inspiration is to substantiate himself to his siblings. Jake, who yearned to join the military as a young yet was denied at West Point, plainly feels the need for acknowledgement from his serving brothers.
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