"Viet Nam: "Then, Again, and Beyond"
This is the FREE award-winning documentary regarding thirty years of dealing with the American War in Viet Nam. Brian Wizard and various crewmembers shot the combat footage during his combat tour in 1968-'69 as a door gunner on the prestigious combat assault helicopter Pollution IV.
Apart from the three music videos and a killer soundtrack, this doco has three parts. First, combat in Viet Nam, the real deal, no Hollywood remakes, military, or media footage. It depicts a day in the life of Pollution IV's everyday routines. Secondly, Brian returned to Nam thirty years later, in 1999, and this was a healing experience for him and the local people he met. Thirdly, Brian takes his combat experience from the front line of war and beyond to the National Hall of Fame, the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.
It is worth watching all 66 minutes for free, maybe more than once. For more intimate details, read Permission to Kill and its two sequels. For easy sharing, use the award-winning photobook Smokeships Always Leading the Way.
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Proceed to check out. It's a FREE download. Then, to the left, find the word FINISH, and the file will be sent to your downloads. Go to Downloads, click the downloaded link, and there it will be.
"Here I sit, in the door of smokeship Pollution IV."
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