Just when Angelique Cabral thought it was safe, Parker Young startles her once again.
The Hill brothers serve on the Rear Detachment (Rear D) unit, comprised of the soldiers left behind when everyone else is deployed, because they're not quite good enough to be sent overseas, yet not bad enough to be kicked out of the Army. These are the men and women who mow lawns at the base, sort mail, wash tanks, find lost dogs and maybe engage in a war game or two. But the Rear D's main job is taking care of deployed soldiers' families. Whatever they need, the Rear D soldiers do. And, in the event that something happens to a soldier overseas, the Rear D troops break the news to the family and become a supportive shoulder to cry on. It's a job that shifts each moment from the thrilling to the mundane to the emotional and back again.
Pete takes a moment to talk about health and well-being with the soldiers.
The guys of Enlisted are back in the FOX Lounge to share everything you didn’t need to know about them.
Pvt. Randy Hill tries to talk his partners child into cutting him some slack about being deployed.
It's a shame that the ball is canceled, the team had some really good ideas on how to honor Sgt. Major Cody.
Sergeant Cody asks Derrick to take his official photograph.
The stars of Fox’s Enlisted -- Geoff Stults, Chris Lowell and Parker Young -- explain to Larry King the trials and tribulations of being sent to bootcamp in preparation for their roles as soldiers on Enlisted.
Randy questions his place in the Army.
Just because the platoon has boring work to do - painting a wall - doesn't mean they can't have fun doing it.
Jill introduces the platoon to the giant experimental automobile "Mondo Spider."
Pete wasn't aware a platoon flag was needed, but here it is in all its glory.
There has been a lot of drama going on, and the girls decide to try and forget it and go pick up some men.
One mistake overseas got Pete Hill booted stateside to Fort McGee, the post where his two younger brothers are stationed.
Pete and Jill compete in an unorthodox series of challenges to determine who is the better soldier.
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