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It’s a mission like no other – flying unarmed helicopters into the teeth of battle to save the lives of the wounded in war. From the legendary pioneers of Army MEDEVAC in Korea and Vietnam to the front-line “Dustoff” missions in the deserts of the Middle East, When I Have Your Wounded carries viewers through a harrowing, heroic, life-saving revolution in battlefield medicine, a revolution forged by the unhesitating, uncompromising dedication of soldiers who put their own lives on the line so that others may live. Join today’s heroes of Dustoff as they rescue wounded from the front lines in Afghanistan and meet yesterday’s pioneers as they recount the birth and the tests of the U.S. Army’s most noble mission…When I Have Your Wounded: The DUSTOFF Legacy. View the trailer.
This emotion packed documentary follows the 10,000-mile journey of a battle-scarred UH-1 “Huey” helicopter into America’s backyards to hear the untold stories of Vietnam War veterans and families who waited for them to come home. In the Shadow of the Blade is available at no cost for veteran and educational group screenings in local communities. View the trailer.
During the Vietnam War 627 adventurous young women threw off society’s expectations and headed out to learn what they could do for their country. The Vietnam “Donut Dollies” were airmobile to the front lines, dropping into dusty firebases and sweaty base camps to bring a listening ear, a silly game, and a friendly smile to combat soldiers. Now, for the first time, their words, home movies and photographs tell the captivating, extraordinary story of women who made a difference by bringing A Touch of Home to the combat zone. View the trailer.
When the nation called them to Vietnam, the Lone Star State sent thousands of its young men and women to serve and fight in a long and controversial war that would leave the nation divided and its veterans unrecognized. Four decades later, a group of those veterans banded together for one last mission – to build a monument honoring Texas Vietnam Veterans on the state Capitol grounds. From the sculpting process to the creation of a sacred memorial that rests in the monument’s heart to the dedication, their journey would take nearly as long as the war itself, and result in a long overdue tribute to a generation. View the trailer.