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The Iraq War---as seen by "A Company of Soldiers" with whom a "Frontline"-BBC crew was embedded during November and December 2004. The unit: a 10-person component of the U.S. Army's 8th Cavalry Regiment. One soldier is killed in an ambush, and the crew's car is damaged by a roadside bomb, but, says producer Ed Jarvis, the film is more about the confusion and frustration that beset the group---and Iraqis they encounter---in the face of unremitting danger and uncertainty.