LOS ANGELES: Film production house MGM is in dealings to obtain ‘Combat Control,’ featuring Jake Gyllenhaal and directed by Sam Hargrave. ‘Combat Control’ is based on the New York Times blockbuster ‘Alone at Dawn,’ a true anecdote about American war veteran John Chapman (to be played by Gyllenhaal). The film will follow the account of Chapman, an Air Force Combat Control Technician (CCT) who died in a battle during the War in Afghanistan. There were no observers to his activities and the highly confidential world-encompassing secretive military tasks. Air Force Captain Cora Alexander was entrusted with the almost unimaginable task of exploring what befell Chapman and demonstrating that he was a commendable beneficiary of a Medal of Honor. In uncovering the reality and uncovering Chapman’s sacrifice, she leaves on her own excursion toward self-absolution and individual recovery. Chapman was awarded a Medal of Honor in 2018, becoming the first CCT in U.S. history to receive the military’s highest accolade.