Back in the middle of the last century, life as we now know it was nearly destroyed. It wasn't an asteroid or other natural disaster at fault. It was man himself. It was World War II. But the men and women who fought off disaster and preserved the good life we enjoy today left a remarkable and unequalled legacy. They've come to be known as The Greatest Generation. This film takes a look at the lives of a number of those great human beings.
There's one day that counts the most: Today.
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Another inspiration for the film was Larry's family friend, John Cyrus McIntire. Lieutenant Commander McIntire, stationed aboard the battleship West Virginia, survived December 7th at Pearl Harbor and went on to serve as executive office aboard the destroyer Frankford- one of a handfull of destroyers that moved in under enemy fire and risked running aground to make the breakout possible from Omaha Beach, June 6, 1944, D-Day. See more