Character: Salman Zawab
Created by: Jinder Chalmers, Daniel Petrie Jr., Douglas Steinberg
Directed by: Helen Shaver
Written by: Angus Fraser
Produced by: Tim Bradley, Jinder Chalmers, Sara B. Cooper, Elise Cousineau, Rick Dugdale, Angus Fraser, Patrick Irwin, Jennifer Kawaja, Michael J. Maschiom, Gub Neal, Daniel Petrie Jr., Laura Phillips, Julia Sereny, Douglas Steinberg, Justin Thomson (as Justin Thomson-Glover), David Vainola, Simon Vaughan
Cast Members: Michelle Borth, Luke Mably, Terry Chen, Arnold Pinnock, Hamza Jeetooa
Released date: August 16, 2011
Episode(s) Number: 1.09
Episode(s) Title: Shifting Sands
Genre: Drama, War
Portrays doctors and nurses from Canada, the U.S., the U.K. and other allied countries saving lives and limbs in a war zone military hospital modeled on a real facility in Afghanistan.
The hospital is on alert when the injured detainee (Kamaal) accused of triggering an IED is brought in and Vans recognizes him as an old friend. Although Colonel Xavier Marks orders Vans from interacting with Kamaal, Vans seeks to learn the truth and is shocked when he finds out that the ANA soldier that shot Kamaal was another old friend of Vans, Salman. Vans is torn between loyalties. Kamaal says he’s innocent, yet Salman says Kamaal is guilty. Who does he believe? When Kamaal escapes during a rocket attack, Vans himself is brought under suspicion by the Military Police, and there is little Colonel Marks can do to protect Vans. As the MPs search for the missing Kamaal, Dr. Simon Hill is called on to bring his unique talents to treat a curmudgeonly General who can’t seem to stop crying.