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Honor in the Valley of Tears (2010)

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The story of A-Company 1/8 4th Infantry Division, US Army during the Vietnam War from 1965 to 1967. In the men's own words, through the stories they narrate, the film gives us insight into ... See full summary »

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The story of A-Company 1/8 4th Infantry Division, US Army during the Vietnam War from 1965 to 1967. In the men's own words, through the stories they narrate, the film gives us insight into the time these men spent together and the bond they formed that remains unbroken to this day. The 4th Infantry Division is one of the only divisions that trained and retained its troops during the Vietnam War. The men of A-Company trained together for eleven months and served together for one year. Their story begins with basic training at Ft. Lewis Washington in 1965 and continues 40 years later at their last reunion in September 2007. Filming began September 27, 2007 in Houston, Texas during a reunion to honor First Sergeant David H. McNerney, who is the only living member of the 4th Infantry Division to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor. He was celebrated by the men he trained and served with and who's lives he saved on March 22, 1967. Conceived by executive producer John A. Ponsoll, whose... Written by Eric S. Dow

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"We all won the Medal of Honor that day. I just have the privilege of wearing it."

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A true hero of my time
11 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I had the honor of working with and for Mr. McNerney as a U.S. Customs inspector in the early 1980's and 90's. I knew of his Medal of Honor recognition, however did not know what happened when he received the Honor. I asked him one time and he told me he didn't do anything. He climbed in some trees, that was all.

A few years before his death, I was able to catch up with Mr. McNerney again and also had an opportunity to view this amazing documentary. After viewing it I realized that I had the honor of working with, for and knowing a true American hero.

Climb in some trees he did, however there was more than a little climbing involved.

This movie shows what a true American will do for his countrymen and for men who have placed their lives in his hands.

If you want to watch a movie that will make you laugh, cry and cheer, then you've found the right one.

Thank you Mr. McNerney for allowing me to be a part if your amazing life.

Sincerely,

Steven P. O'Neill


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