The Korean Peninsula saw some of the most savage fighting of the Third World War.
Several American units covered themselves in fame and glory during the campaign, while some Companies went into battle with a black mark against their names.
‘Culprit’ Company were troublemakers and misfits; outcast rebels with a reputation for ill-discipline and insubordination. But in the face of the enemy, they were the bravest of the brave.
For the new recruits joining ‘Culprit’ Company as the Army advanced through the mud and blood towards Kaesong city on the North Korean border, their initiation to the fury of warfare was a brutal trial-by-fire from which only the toughest soldiers could ever hope to survive.