Captain Mitch Nelson in 12 Strong is based on true events after the attracts on 9/11. Captain Mitch Nelson has to leave his own wive and daughter to serve for his country. Being the first to fight back the dramatic event in New York, Captain Mitch volunteered to fight. The squad is being deployed to a Middle Eastern country to fight the responsible group of the 9/11 attracts. In the heat of the battle they have to work with the local warriors as the North Alliance. Going deep into the mountains they explore a landscape they are not used to fight in.
The 12 man squad is asked when the last time is they had ride a horse. For most of the soldiers it has been a while since their last horse ride. Surrounded by approximately 50.000 soldier the squad realize that they are definitely on their own. With a language barrier and enemies that actually blow themselves up, the team has a big struggle in the Middle East. There is no war playbook for this situation, so the 12 man squad have to figure it out by themselves. The twelve soldiers gave us a reason to hope. They are fighting on horses with modern day weaponry, as if they were cowboys in a lost century. It’s the declassified true story of the horse soldiers.
Chris Hemsworth (“Thor,” “The Avengers” films) and Oscar nominee Michael Shannon (“Revolutionary Road,” “Nocturnal Animals”) star in “12 Strong,” a powerful new war drama from Alcon Entertainment, Black Label Media and Jerry Bruckheimer Films. Based on the book best-selling book Horse Soldiers, it is story of heroism based on true events that unfolded a world away in the aftermath of 9/11.
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