Generation Kill Trailer

Generation Kill Trailer (2008)

13 July 2008 Drama, History, War 470 mins

Marines prepare to invade Iraq at the beginning of Operation Iraqi Freedom; while the soldiers wait to receive their orders, they learn a Rolling Stone columnist will be embedded with them

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Alexander Skarsgård

as Sgt. Brad 'Iceman' Colbert

James Ransone

as Cpl. Josh Ray Person

Lee Tergesen

as Evan 'Scribe' Wright

Stark Sands

as Lt. Nathaniel Fick

Billy Lush

as Lance Cpl. Harold James Trombley

Chance Kelly

as Lt. Col. Stephen 'Godfather' Ferrando

International Releases Dates

United States 13 July 2008

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