Last thing I'll say on this one, and again, I'd tell everyone to go see the movie if they aren't going to try to learn otherwise. As I said, I saw it with a group I was invited by, but I'll go see it alone sometime this week. Also again, Legion of Brothers is done well, but not a Hollywood movie. Nutsch and Amerine are both in the documentary as themselves. This was a really important story to tell... not just the true story of ODA 595, but the true story of Dostum and the Afghans involved, and the story of Qala i Jangi. Hollywood has been trying to hijack this story and get it made for over a decade, and by lying, changing stories and names to avoid IP and payment issues, by flat out misleading families, and finally after Hollywood found the right formula with American Sniper, Jerry and crew got to work. In doing so, they made some modern Magnificent Seven remake, not the story. We can say it's just Hollywood, but because of the woman in this picture (and who her husband was) and what she was put through, I have a harder time doing it. It's the same reason I want to put a brick through my TV every time I try (I've never made it through end to end) watch Zero Dark Thirty and see what they did with the character "Jessica" vs who she was in real life. It really pisses me off... two stars on a real wall.