So far it's fantastic and hilarious! I love the transition you made in the mission and requirements. My 2009 deployment life was kill count! By my 3rd deployment 2012, it was all about hearts and minds. Had a 1 star sit down with us at lunch to explain that he would "rather have one of us die than another local die" and "next time they start shooting at you, break contact!" Not possible sir, they drop us off in a Helo on top of a mountain, there is no "break contact" it's kill or be killed and that's it.
This second season I am only a couple episodes in and man, I'm feeling it! "Blue on Green" was pretty much an everyday event somewhere in Afghanistan.