Sun., May 25 at 2 p.m. ET
Hosted by Jon Scott

In November 2004, Fallujah was a safe haven for the most hardened terrorists in Iraq — terrorists who vowed to stop the march of democracy in Iraq.

That was until the Marines of India Company blasted through a railway embankment and crossed into the city.

Their mission: to secure a foothold ahead of the rest of the invading forces.

They were sent into a hellish city to hunt down terrorists house-to-house. The fight for Fallujah made them heroes, but victory came at a cost.

This weekend, in a special two-hour presentation, join FOX News Channel for a look at war that is both stark and intimate.

From graphic battle footage to interviews with the families they left behind, join a Marine company in the thick of the War on Terror.

We'll take you to the battlefield and the home front, where the families of these Marines are American heroes, too.