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All real Americans may not love the sting of battle but they do love to listen to Danger Close. It is truly well researched and balanced it it’s views and reviews.
Entertaining show with detailed analysis of the chosen movie set against the realities of the battle. I am quite amazed at how much I learnt about both. The ‘cast’ work really well together and I look forward to each episode.
I love war films! I love getting deeper insight into war films and because of that, this Podcast is perfect! It’s worth the time! The hosts are great and insightful! Plus the historical insight is impeccable.
Stayed for the hot takes. This podcast helps fills the Friendly Fire podcast sized hole in my heart.
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