The Warfighters features first-person accounts of recent US Special Operations missions in the war on terror. Driven by first-person accounts, the unnarrated series chronicles recent U.S. Special Operations Forces missions in the global war on terror as it gives viewers an inside and candid look at the realities of war. The series is largely made in part by veterans with over 90 veterans participating in the production.

Civilians train like members of the U.S. military's special-operations unit from veterans of the Navy SEALs, Green Berets and Army Rangers.


“I could not be more proud of what you all put together here. I was there that night and you all still had me on edge wanting to see what was next. I think you told an incredible story about the way we rely on each other and the emotions we all go through from these different perspectives, and I can tell you as much as I have been at peace with everything about this mission and war and injury, you just provided closure to me that did not previously exist. Thank you.”



“…I am honored on how Live to Tell honored my beautiful son. I hope the show does well so more stories can be told of the sacrifice these soldiers make.”



“We are not looking for fame and glory but we wanted our story to be out there and presented properly and you all did exactly that. Thank you very much!” 



“I just wanted to say thank you, to you, and the production team for telling this story, I was apprehensive about having done this. Last night my concerns were put to rest. Fantastic job to you all!”



“…I am impressed and proud to be apart of it. It feels more like the beginning of something bigger than us.”