National Geographic: Inside Special Forces Trailer

National Geographic: Inside Special Forces Trailer (2004)

27 January 2004 History, Factual 60 mins

Go inside the world's most elite, top secret strike force. Their mission is unique, targeted, dangerous...and only National Geographic will go deep into the secret world of US Special Operations. Follow Special Forces into battle and on secret missions in Afghanistan and Iraq as they face situations where honed skill, finely tuned instincts and split-second decision making are the difference between success and failure...between life and death. Originally aired on 2003-11-05.

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