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Army Wives Season 6 Tease Nude Camo
Lifetime’s hit show Army Wives has scheduled its season 6 premiere for Sunday March 4th. The show’s promotional poster is a far cry from what they’ve done in the past. Its not unusual for Army wives to be seen in camouflage, however in this case, it has been painted on to the actresses.
According to TVLine.com, stars of Army Wives Sally Pressman, Catherine Bell, Kim Delaney, Brigid Brannagh and Wendy Davis are channelling the Dixie Chicks by posing all together in not much more than their birthday suits. The wives are ready to be noticed.
Army Wives is based on the non-fiction book Under the Sabers: The Unwritten Code of Army Wives written by Tanya Biank. The book, as well as the series is set at the fictional Fort Marshall in South Carolina’s old Charleston Naval Base. Biank, who at one time was a military reporter, not only drew inspiration for her book from her life, first as an army brat and now as an Army wife, but also from the brutal murders of four Army wives by their husbands stationed at Fort Bragg. The story broke in the summer of 2002 and by that autumn, Biank realized there was still a portion of the story that was left untold.
Biank took great care when writing her book. Under the Sabers tells the story of four typical Army wives who find themselves in extraordinary circumstances which forces them to redefine who they are as women and Army wives. Biank explors what happens when real life clashes with Army convention – where rules are followed and discipline is expected. She looks at what it really means to be a wife and mother in this subculture which is constantly ready for war.
The drama series Army Wives also follows four wives and their families, as well as one husband whose wife is in the Army. In the pilot episode the main characters Roxy LeBlanc (Sally Pressman), Claudia Joy Holden (Kim Delaney), Pamela Moran (Brigid Brannagh) and Roland Burton (Sterling K. Brown) form a bond when Pamela gives birth unexpectedly at Claudia Joy`s tea party. Pamela, who is acting as a surrogate eventually gives birth on a pool table in the bar where Roxy works and relies on her new friends to keep her surrogacy a secret.
The characters in the show do resemble those in the book, however there are some significant differences such as the story arc of Claudia Joy. In the book, she loses her husband in a helicopter crash during a mission to find the remains of soldiers in Vietnam.
The show delves deeply into the bond that is created when a partner is in the Army. It looks at how the Army can bring couples closer or completely destroy marriages. Facing situations such as deployments, abuse, prescription drug abuse, adultery and post-traumatic stress disorder, Army Wives gives you a glimpse into a culture beyond what the media tells you.
If you have not see Army Wives yet, be sure to check it out when season 6 premieres in March!