A diverse group of men and women are stationed in Afghanistan as Army medics. As they ensure dangerous surroundings, they rely on friendship, vices, and a shared sense of purpose to get them through their days.
I'm interested, but definitely not liking or comfortable with a couple of the main characters dealing drugs and two Sergeants involving a naive, subordinate-new-guy into the drug-activity, unless the series somehow intends to transition this comedy-drama to U.S. Penitentiary Leavenworth. I also wasn't liking the rug-dealing scheme occurring as part of the background story in the first episode.
I am curious as to what the Contractor detachment is doing at its secret base.
So far, I've found the most interesting acting, character, and story-line being actress Cristina Rodlo's character. I think she's got the potential of carrying the entire series. Perhaps the series should have been written from her point of view.
I believe the show has (or had) promise, but understand this initial season is already finishing taping/filming and unknown whether it'll get a chance with a 2nd season or not. I hope this show picks itself up and gets better from episode 3-on.