The television show "Surgeon General" seeks military types for a homecoming scene to be shot soon. Here's a photo of a real military homecoming for inspiration. It shows members of the Georgia Army National Guard.
The new TV pilot "Surgeon General" is looking for a few good men. And women.
The drama starring Sean Astin needs a variety of folks in uniform.
"Looking for ROTC, MILITARY RESERVIST, ACTIVE DUTY, AND VETERANS to shoot a scene at an air field in Atlanta," the show's casting call reads. "The scene will depict the return of a few units in sectors of the Armed Forces from combat. This is essentially to be the depiction of a military homecoming to include those who have given their lives in battle. We welcome everyone from all branches of the military."
All ages and ethnicities are welcome.
The scene will be filmed around April 2 and 3. Not sure which air field yet.