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Jeff Smith talks to Ted Triebel, a retired Vietnam War Veteran who served in the US Navy.read more
Vietnam: Learning, Healing & Counseling – Veterans Discuss how Combat-Related Issues Affect the Family
Vietnam Veterans and the Spouse of a Vietnam Veteran discuss the effect of Ken Burns’ documentary.read more
Host Jeff Smith discusses where Vietnam Veterans can receive answers to questions about benefits or receive emotional support if the Ken Burns documentary on Vietnam has revived strong emotions linked to the Asian conflict. ...read more
North Carolina Vietnam Veterans discuss how viewing Ken Burns’ Vietnam documentary affected themread more
Host Jeff Smith is joined by veterans counselors and benefits professionals to discuss the process military veterans can use to their questions answered, their issues heard and to capture any benefits they deserve for their military and combat service. Advice is...read more
Porter Halyburton joined the Navy during Vietnam and he was a POW for 8 years.read more
Winner, Best Feature Film Award, 2016 Nyack Film Festival
Is war inevitable? In this film, a young filmmaker, distant from the standard narrative of the U.S. war with Vietnam, uses archival footage and interviews to retell the story.
Winner at five film festivals, including Best Short Short at the GI Film Festival, and Best Documentary at the Northeast Film Festival.
72 years later, D-Day paratrooper Les Cruise returns to the WWII plane he jumped from – this time with 4 generations of family by his side.
In an immersive narrative, Ken Burns and Lynn Novick tell the epic story of the Vietnam War as it has never-before been told on film. THE VIETNAM WAR features testimony from nearly 80 witnesses, including many Americans who fought in the war and others who opposed it, as well as Vietnamese combatants and civilians from both the winning and losing sides.