The Battle for Goose Green takes two British servicemen on an emotional journey back to the Falkland Islands and to the bloody field of Goose Green - the battlefield where they were locked in mortal combat with their Argentine enemies more than thirty years ago. Veterans Major Phil Neame and Corporal John Geddes return to the islands for the very first time since the Argentine invasion of 1982. How will the two men react as they once again see the places where so many of their comrades fought and died in the brutal battle for liberation? These are gritty, no-holds-barred stories of warfare at the sharp end - extraordinary personal records of the last traditional war of the twentieth century. In the Falklands, the fighting was as it had been throughout military history; up close and personal, where killing a man often meant running him through with a bayonet or dropping a grenade in his lap. This is how it was at Goose Green - a down-and-dirty fight to the death with an enemy that could be seen and touched. Make no mistake - the two remarkable men who guide us through that epic land battle have seen warfare as it really is. These are their stories.