Coalition forces search for enemy combatants in the mountains of Afghanistan.
The Battle of Fallujah.
The First Infantry Division, aka Big Red One, of the U.S. Army; decorated veterans from the Big Red One during World War II reflect on tense battlefields of El Guettar, North Africa, Troina, Sicily and Normandy (Omaha beach.)
Viet Cong guerrillas attack major cities and towns in South Vietnam.
The invasion of Okinawa.
Terrorists arm, equip, build car bombs, and learn new skills at training facilities along the Syrian border.
Hitler attempts to drive a wedge between the Allied armies in northern and southern Europe and retake Antwerp, Belgium.
Personalities, weapons, firepower and leadership of the battle of Iwo Jima.
Members of Echo Company struggle to survive in the city of Ramadi, Iraq, where most residents are Sunni.
Coalition forces try to capture cold-blooded killers in Iraq.
The hunt for Osama bin Laden, the battle with Al Qaida and the attempt to destroy the remnants of the Taliban regime.
Fedayeen fighters and the U.S. Marines engage in a firefight along Ambush Alley.
Hostage rescue; a store held captive by armed men; disgruntled employee.
Raid on the Makin Atoll; New Georgia in the Solomon Islands; two dozen Marines face hundreds of enemy soldiers in Peleliu; a single rifleman holds off two companies in the Philippines.
A high-stakes bank robbery goes awry and develops into an urban firefight in North Hollywood, Calif..
American troops recount brutal shootouts and barrages from RPGs on the road to capturing Baghdad in 2003.
American soldiers going into World War II Germany face a foe bent on defending the country at all cost.
World War II U.S. forces confront the Japanese on the ground for the first time at Guadalcanal in 1942.
Famous Wild West gunfights, including the James-Younger Gang vs. the people of Northfield, Minn., and the shootout at Hanska Slough.
Al-Qaida terrorists and Islamic radicals congregate in Fallujah, Iraq, to resist the U.S. occupation.