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Combat Diary, Lima Company, 3/25

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    > Devil Dogs,
    > I had the chance last night to preview a new documentary on the Iraq tour of
    > L/3/25 from Columbus, Ohio. The company is known for suffering more casualties
    > than any other similar sized unit to have served in the war.
    > The film is made my a guy named Mike Epstein; the co-producer and military
    > advisor is a friend and former Lieutenant of mine in 2/5, Jon Yellen, who is
    > now an investment banker in NYC.
    > It is a documentary that is compelling, moving, emotional and very realistic.
    > The Marines, particularly the SNCO, NCOs and enlisted, come off great in the
    > film. The combat scenes (from Marines' camcorders) are realistic to the max.
    > There are more than a few sad moments in the film (which is still being
    > finalized) but it will make you appreciate yet again the dedication and
    > bravery of the Marines.
    > The working title is "Combat Diary, Lima Company, 3/25". It is scheduled to
    > air for two hours on A&E on Memorial advice is... don't miss
    > is one of the best things done about Marines that I have seen in years.
    > Semper Fi, Kevin

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    Lima Company

    I am looking forward to the documentary . My son Captain Billy Brown is with the 3/25 .. God Bless all of the service men >He has told me about the film can not wait to see it .