Bravo Company has to leave four men behind - Taylor, Ruiz, Wozniak, and Lamb who was killed. McKay takes Goldman, Anderson, and Duke Fontaine back to pick them up. However, some VC get Lamb's radio ...
Camp Barnett is suffering from food poisoning. As a result, Lt. Goldman and Sgt. Anderson have to go pick up a deserter. The deserter is Sgt. Jonathan Digby, an outstanding soldier Anderson knew in ...
The title refers to the U.S. Army's former "MOS" (job code) for a combat cameraman. The story follows a unit of American G.I.s in Vietnam, all with different backgrounds and motives for being there, through the lens of his camera.
Patrick Sheane Duncan
This series offers an unflinching look at the "tours of duty" of several members of a platoon during the Vietnam War. Death is inevitable in war, and major characters do die. The protagonists face the Viet Cong, social disapproval, and sometimes themselves over the course of the series. Written by
Jason A. Cormier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
In the pilot episode, with a background of 1967, all of the characters wear helmets with helmet covers issued in 1970s. See more »
Yes, this village is going to be a hallmark of what Americans and Vietnamese can accomplish when they work together. It might ever rub out some of that cynicism of yours, Sergeant.
Sgt. Zeke Anderson:
I'm not cynical, sir. I'm just responsible for a lot of men who depend on me being realistic.
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TOUR OF DUTY, like Oliver Stone's PLATOON only a year before,
shows the emotional, social, and mental sides of the Vietnam War. In oppose to those larger than life war shows and movies (including THE A-TEAM or RAMBO II), the purpose of TOUR OF DUTY is to display how the young American troops felt and experience regarding the horrors of war, and they do a fine job at that. Terrance Knox and Stephen
Caffrey are fine as the leaders the platoon in subject.
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