Based on Chris Ryan’s best-selling book, STRIKE BACK is a compelling story of betrayal, glory, redemption and revenge.
This explosive boxset tracks the elite British military unit – Section 20 – from its original incarnation with John Porter (Richard Armitage) being led by Hugh Collinson (Andrew Lincoln), through to the recruitment of Scott & Stonebridge (Sullivan Stapleton & Philip Winchester) and revamped units led respectively by Colonel Grant (Amanda Mealing), Major Dalton, (Rhona Mitra) and Lieutenant Colonel Philip Locke (Robson Green).
The team’s counterterrorism brief takes them to exotic locations across the globe as they embark on high-octane, covert missions from Iraq to South Africa, from Colombia to Russia and through to Thailand and the Swiss Alps.
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I love this series very accurate as far as the military movement and hand signals, and coming from a military background it was good to see the accuracy. I hated to see it end. When these DVD's are shipped to the US remember that PAL format will not work in the US, over here in the US the correct format is NTSC. the only way I was able to see them was on my Mac laptop which allowed me to switch to the European PAL system.
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