They are called "the quiet professionals." But for the Green Berets, life on the streets of Iraq is anything but quiet.
With bombs going off all around them, a Special Forces A-Team is forced to fight terrorism under the most arduous of conditions. The Iraqis fighting beside them are poorly trained and unaccustomed to battle conditions. Team members squabble with each other when they should be taking joint aim at the enemy. And the team's chain of command continues to put the kind of absurd restrictions on operations that enable terrorists instead of combating them.
Luckily for the Green Berets, they have John, known to the Iraqis under his command as "Shytaan Ilabyaad": the White Devil. A ruthless team sergeant who refuses to be hampered by superiors dictating conduct from behind secure walls, he leads his team to do whatever it takes to defeat the enemy.
From fighting in the streets of Fallujah to sneak-and-peek operations in the neighborhoods of Baghdad, "The Green Berets" shows what freedom-fighting is all about.