The success of 'SEAL Team Six' at National Geographic Channel continues to leave a wake behind it, as the network is preparing more content that will (hopefully) appeal to a similar audience.
The network is preparing to launch 'Inside Combat Rescue' next month. The series follows part of the United States Air Force's rescue warriors, who risk their lives to save injured people who are fighting for their lives.
This marks the first time in history that the Air Force has allowed camera to watch what its rescue airmen go through - from their training and life on base to what goes into their missions. In addition, the show will show what pararescuemen and their leaders, as well as the PaveHawk helicopter airmen who work with them, go through to complete their missions.
National Geographic Television is producing the series, with Jared McGilliard producing.
The channel announced yesterday that it is working on 'Killing Kennedy,' a semi-sequel to its upcoming 'Killing Lincoln.' Both of these programs are based on books written by Fox News host/historical fiction author Bill O'Reilly.
I worked with some airmen during my time in the service that had experience with pararescue. I have a hell of a lot of respect for what these people do and the dedication they show to their craft. I bet this series is really going to open a lot of eyes.