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Documentary: Nat Geo – No Man Left Behind: The One That Got Away

No man Left Behind: Episode 4, Aired (July 19, 2016). National Geographic Channel.

British Special Air Services soldiers are dropped behind enemy lines during the Gulf War, but the mission does not go to plan and within days, three men are dead and four are captured. (Photot: National Geographic Channels/ Charlie Sperring). A group of British Special Air Services soldiers are dropped behind enemy lines during the Gulf War, but the mission does not go to plan and within days, three men are dead and four are captured. (Photot: National Geographic Channels/ Charlie Sperring).

In an operation during the Gulf War, eight British Special Air Services soldiers are dropped 140 miles behind enemy lines to take out a network of Saddam Hussein’s Scud missile launchers. The mission goes wrong and within days, three men are dead and four are captured.

Chris Ryan shares his journey to freedom, walking 200 miles and surviving for eight days without supplies.

National Geographic Channel’s gripping new series, No Man Left Behind: Episode Four.

No Man Left Behind details the gruesome survival stories of war heroes and special agents from past battles and missions.

The soldiers’ stories are enough to send chills up your spine. As they retell their experiences, it is clear how much the battle affected the individuals. The men came close to death, and watched many of their friends die horrible deaths in battle.

As one of the soldiers put it,Not a day goes by where at some point I don’t think about something in the streets of Mogadishu.

The soldiers gained a new appreciation for their comrades, forming an unbreakable bond that still keeps them close to this day. In the face of such adversity, the soldiers gain a new appreciation for life, love and friendship. [01]

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