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The Road to Bataan (2009)

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Every year, they come by the thousands. Soldiers, sailors, civilians and students. Veterans of wars gone by and guests from foreign shores. They come to march. They come to sacrifice. They ... See full summary »

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Jack Randal
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Vicky Garner Vicky Garner ... Herself
Chad Henninger Chad Henninger ... Host, Himself
Jack Randal Jack Randal ... Himself, Interviews
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Every year, they come by the thousands. Soldiers, sailors, civilians and students. Veterans of wars gone by and guests from foreign shores. They come to march. They come to sacrifice. They come to honor and pay their respects to the greatest generation of our time. The Bataan Memorial Death March is 26.2 miles through the unforgiving high desert terrain of New Mexico's White Sands Missile Range. And yet, it's more than a marathon. It's more than a road march. It's a reminder for future generations to never forget what's been lost, a model example of our core values, and a testament to the human spirit. Written by Anonymous

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The road to freedom is 26.2 miles


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USA

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English

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Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA See more »

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Miracle! Pictures See more »
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The first annual memorial death march was held at New Mexico State University started by Ray Pickering and was moved to White Sands Missile Range the very next year because of the rate of growth for the love of the event. See more »

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22 November 2009 | by williams-jj24See all my reviews

I believe this film honors our Bataan Veterans better than any others. The essence of the American Spirit. I saw this film in Tulsa at Script 2 Screen back in October and it was worth every minute of my time. I am also planning a trip to White Sands NM next March to try and see if I can walk the half marathon to honor these men. Thanks to Miracle! Pictures for your sacrifice and time in making this incredible documentary. It was incredible to meet some of the survivors in Tulsa and hear their stories. I can't wait to meet some more of these survivors and get to know them. I understand that most of them are 89,90, and 91 years old and some still travel. I believe they said there were over 5300 marchers last year at the Bataan Memorial Death March. I can't wait to be there in person.


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