A group of Vietnam War veterans re-unite to rescue one of their own left behind and taken prisoner by the Vietnamese. Led by his father (a retired Marine Colonel) and supported by a rich businessman whose son is also a POW, the group engages in a dangerous and violent adventure trying to rescue the POWs and at the same time re-direct their lives. Written by
"C'mon... we're going home."
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Did You Know?
"Uncommon Valor" is also the title of a 2006 song sung by hip hop duo Jedi Mind Tricks and included on their album "Servants in Heaven, Kings in Hell". The socially conscious hip hop song's full title is "Uncommon Valor: A Vietnam Story". See more
The film begins in Vietnam in 1972. In several scenes the term LRRP (pronounced "lurp"), which stands for Long Range Recon Patrol, is used for Rhodes missing son's unit, including a LRRP tab above his unit patch in his shadow box. In 1969 all LRRP companies, which were attached to all major Army divisions in Vietnam, were re-designated and called Ranger Companies. These companies were tasked with recon patrol for the larger division they were assigned to. See more
You don't ever quit, boy. Not when it's for real!
"Brothers in the Night"
Written by Ray Kennedy
, Kevin Dukes
& David Ritz
Performed by Ray Kennedy See more