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Follow a group of veteran and civilian volunteers who travel to Syria and Iraq to fight against ISIS alongside local militias in the original documentary series, Hunting ISIS.
PJ's unit in Syria attacks the ISIS-held city of Al-Shaddadi, but heavy combat evades them once again. A frustrated PJ heads home to the States, leaving Levi and the others behind. Feeling stuck in Tennessee, Jeremiah seeks to do the opposite; he misses war and is desperate to return. As new faces join Pete's medical team in preparation for the impending siege of Mosul in Iraq, all the volunteers do their best to walk the paths they've chosen--which soon proves fatal for one.
The long-anticipated siege of Mosul finally begins on the city's eastern limits. ISIS intensifies their tactics, meaning mounting casualties for the medics and an increasing emotional toll on Pete. In the U.S., PJ and Levi's family struggle to reckon with Levi's death, even as his body remains in Syria. ISIS is on the defensive in the Middle East, but progress comes at a steep price for the volunteers.
PJ returns to Syria, inspired by Levi's sacrifice and intent on reaching ISIS' "capital," Raqqa. In Iraq, ISIS is losing ground in Mosul but stages a diversionary attack in the city of Kirkuk, where Italian volunteer Alex leads his men into battle against them. Meanwhile, Pete reaches a breaking point as casualties stack up in Mosul.
A reinvigorated Pete returns to Iraq with his girlfriend Alex at his side. In Syria, an unexpected snafu leaves PJ weighing his options. Facing inevitable defeat in both countries, ISIS is determined to cause as much damage as possible on its way down. But signs of life are reappearing in areas freed from terrorist rule. In the minds of the volunteers as well, hope begins to creep in as they take stock of what they've accomplished and what lies ahead.
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