Combat Obscura w/Tom Secker – Ep 49

Recently, a new documentary called Combat Obscura on Marines serving in Afghanistan made the headlines for its brutality and honesty on serving in combat.  We invited ClandesTime host and friend of the podcast Tom Secker to break it down with us. Enjoy!

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