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Allegiance, also known as Recalled, is a 2012 American war film directed by Michael Connors, produced by Sandra Bullock, starring Bow Wow. Allegiance takes place in October 2004 and concerns the deployment of a New York Army National Guard unit to Iraq.
In October 2004, as one lieutenant of a New York Army National Guard unit obtains a transfer through his politically powerful father, questions arise over the cancellation of a leave for an enlisted combat medic with a sick son. The loyalties of the soldiers to each other and the country become the topic of a drama unfolding primarily through words and actions.