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Bravo! Common Men, Uncommon Valor (2011)

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Twenty weeks before Khe Sanh, these men were boys, sitting in their mother's kitchens. Then they went to war. Through interviews, film footage, photographs and audio recorded in Vietnam in ... See full summary »

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Twenty weeks before Khe Sanh, these men were boys, sitting in their mother's kitchens. Then they went to war. Through interviews, film footage, photographs and audio recorded in Vietnam in 1968, fifteen former Marines and Navy Corpsmen tell their tales of battle, fear and survival at the Siege of Khe Sanh, Vietnam, 1968. Written by Anonymous

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Bravo! Common Men Uncommon Valor. The title is the best summary possible. This is an incredible documentary.
19 February 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Bravo! Common Men Uncommon Valor. The tile is the best summary possible. This is an incredible documentary.

The movie is factual, excellent story telling. It uniquely weaves personal stories of Marines in Bravo Company with actual footage of action on the ground and in the air during the siege. Everyone should see this movie.

A friend of mine who encouraged me to purchase the DVD and watch the movie is a Marine. He wrote the following.

"I have seen this movie twice (Bravo! Common Men Uncommon Valor) and it was very moving. I shook (Ken's) hand and told him thanks. As a fellow Marine, I am proud to have met Ken."


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