I just got done watching the second season and I really loved it. The last couple episodes were great!
From the way it looks, It's now done with the Marines. So, why not do a season with the army?
I have several Ideas, from personal experience in Iraq(07-08), that could be used as basis for ideas.
Such as our constant hunt for Muqtada al-Sadr(07-08, the closest we got was about 30min behind him), our constant fighting against Snipers and the onslaught of IED's, or the time we got hit with a complex rocket attack with home made rockets made out of acetylcholine tanks, the constant dealing with CO-IN operations(like sitting down for lunch with locals and then getting into a firefight with them a couple hours later via ambush), or our Grand Finale where Al-Sadr called off the cease fire and we had close to a week of absolute destruction.
Or more anecdotal events. Such as the our BN Chaplin being the most blown up person in the battalion, The time the B-Team Buffalo Cheerleaders showed up only to request an immediate evac only a couple hours later due to the IMMENSE THIRST(that or all the IED's and Mortars), the time the Aussies came to our base to "teach" us on IED's only to find out they were less than 400m from the the IED test road they were talking about and dipping out back to their base during our lunch break, The time it Snowed in Baghdad for the first time in over 60 year's, when the locals would dress up as Santa during Christmas and walk around town, How we conned the Air Force to come to our base(technically it did have a pool, we didn't tell them that no one could use it due to the Mortar and rocket attacks), everyone's crazy obsession with The Soprano's, or when we used to flip off the Air Force Security Forces and call them "Names" whenever we had to go to the Green Zone.
Or the heartbreaking moments of loss. Like watching your friends burn in a Hummvee after an EFP strike, or talking with another buddy and watching him go limp from a Sniper mid sentence, being called out for QRF to an EFP strike on friendly forces to find that the only thing left of the TC in the truck is his legs from the knees down and half his arm shoved under the radio console, Or Talking with your best friend before mission and finding out his wife just gave birth to the first child only for him to die to an EFP strike.
Or the Humanitarian good we did. Making the streets safe for children to go to school and their parents being able to go to work. Helping the locals start back up their industrial centers, creating Hospitals, and listening to the locals praise for us being their and getting rid of Saddam and listening to the stories of the atrocities and genocide he would dispense on the people of Iraq.
I have way more stories. Some of which, I'm not going to publicly post. It would be nice to see some positive shows and imagery of the Army instead of always being portrayed as woefully incompetent high schoolers that just fuck up everything and are generally a joke that I constantly see everywhere.