The story of the film "Outpost" is based on real events that occurred on October 3, 2009 near the settlement of Kamdesh in North-Eastern Afghanistan. A US army Outpost located at the foot of steep mountains was attacked by enemy Taliban forces who were trying to cross the Outpost. A total of 53 American soldiers confronted the outnumbered terrorists, who numbered about 400. The battle with the rebels lasted more than twelve hours, but soon they manage to destroy the entire squad and repel the attack. The post's commanding officers, staff Sergeant Clinton Romesh and Ty Carter, knew that evacuation was impossible due to clear orders and acted according to the regulations to protect the base at the cost of their lives, and after they were awarded the medal of Honor for valor and bravery. In this battle, 8 brave us soldiers died, who also became heroes of their country.