First documentary filmed, directed by active duty soldier

The film offers a rare glimpse into combat deployment through the eyes of an army chaplain in Afghanistan.
1:17 | 11/11/17

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My name is Justin Roberts. For three years I was assigned as chaplain to the 2nd 327th infantry battalion also known as no slack. I wanted to recount the deployment to Afghanistan. So I decided to carry a camera. But it wasn't the photos, it wasn't the video that changed my life. It was understanding the stories behind them. We were going into two known enemy strongholds. No one had ever dared go up there. The Russians hadn't even been up there. I hear this crack. Then I hear something really odd. Rpg! I had to make peace with the fact that I was going to die. Casualties started adding up. I brought him over here, I'll bring him back. We want to thank all of those in uniform and those who have served. "No greater love" is in theaters now. Speaking of love it was the Chinese philosopher Lao Tsu said, being deeply loved by someone gives you strength. Loving someone deeply gives you

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