In September 1961, around 150 Irish soldiers stationed at Jadotville, Congo, are attacked by a group of 3000 of mercenaries. They fought bravely for six days, outclassed, with few weapons and without combat experience. She soon realizes that the long-expected aid will come, that they have to handle it as they can. The enemy is all coming back, stronger than the previous day. Over 1000 of mercenaries were wounded. 300 were killed. No Irish soldier is not dead.