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FOOTPATROL CHAPTER ONE JOIN THE ARMY
FOOTPATROL CHAPTER TWO FBO BEYLOUGH
FOOTPATROL CHAPTER THREE (THE TERRAIN) AND FOUR (WHY WE ARE HERE)
FOOTPATROL CHAPTER FIVE-50 US SOLDIERS ON FOOT PATROL
FOOTPATROL CHAPTER SIX-FIGHTING THE TALIBAN
FOOTPATROL CHAPTER SEVEN-THE FORGOTTEN WAR
FOOTPATROL CHAPTER EIGHT-HOME
FOOTPATROL CHAPTER NINE-THE FUTURE
All the Copyright © of the images are from The Associated Press Television News.
APME 2008 award for best use of video.
Footpatrol has been nominated for the 2008 Concentra Award for Outstanding Videojournalism.
Honorable Mention for Feature Documentary in The Accolade Competition 2008.
WHAT IS IN THE MIND OF A U.S. SOLDIER FIGHTING IN AFGHANISTAN?
FOOT PATROL A DOCUMENTARY FILM BY RAUL GALLEGO ABELLAN
April 2007. A Platoon of 50 US soldiers are trying to fight the Taliban by themselves in a vast and isolated mountainous region on the front line in the War on Terror in Afghanistan. And the only way to accomplish the mission is on foot. 10 soldiers explain to the camera their personal view of the insights on the front line of what they define as a ‘’forgotten war’’. A rare report were soldiers talk openly and sincerely about why they joined the Army, the fight against the Taliban, the way to accomplish their mission, their fears, hopes and how being a soldier affects their personal lives. FOOTPATROL is a 34 min and 45 sec documentary by Raul Gallego Abellan. Raul is working for The Associated Press Television News as a videojournalist. All the Copyright © of the images are from The Associated Press Television News.
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