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After a decade of digitizing combat, the team behind Call of Duty has spent a lot of time learning from the United States military. With the creation of the Call of Duty Endowment charity, Activision started giving back to the troops. We spoke with Activision Publishing's CEO Eric Hirshberg and Infinity Ward's executive producer Mark Rubin about this program and how the team learns from and gives back to the military. You can visit the official site to learn more about the Call of Duty Endowment program.
Watch the video below to learn about the relationship between Call of Duty and the military and why the game is so far from reality.
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The Hybrid sight looks like it has the Aperture Science logo on it.
I thought everyone knew their relationship. It's an overlap, get it?
I've really enjoyed all the videos on COD:Ghosts and Mark Rubin.. Keep up the good work!
man GI your video player is retarded fix it
Cue Propagandhi's song "America's Army: Die Jugend Marschiert.
@1:10 the second marine is using free mason hand signs, illuminati type of ***
Well, that's actually pretty cool.
How could anyone rate this under a five star rating, whether you like COD or not?
Bravo. This is a respectable act.
This is very surprising to see that a game has helped the US army.
Love this article