First Lieutenant William Lange, has led the men of second platoon Company D, Dog Two, as they battled across France, Belgium, and Luxembourg to the very border of Germany. As part of the 28th Infantry Division, the Keystone Division, they have earned their new name, "Bloody Buckets" given to them by the enemy for the blood they've spilled with each vicious battle they have fought across Europe. Now in mid-December, 1944, as part of the 110th Infantry Regiment, Lange finds his lone platoon directly in the path of Hitler's final major offensive on the Western Front. From the first day of the German Counterattack, he and his men are cut off and isolated from friendly forces as an overwhelming number of the German Army closes in around them. With limited orders and minimal communication with upper command, he must find a way to delay the German advance through Luxembourg and keep his men alive. They endure the brutal hardships of combat and the cruelty of the Winter weather as they band together to survive against daunting odds. They must use all of the courage, ingenuity, and resources they can muster as they band together to fight their way back to friendly lines. This is the story of the victories, the losses, the hardship, and the horror of combat. Follow Lange and the men of Dog Two as they struggle across Western Europe in their determined fight to survive what will one day be known as the Battle of the Bulge.