Like many men of his generation, Alan Moore left college — and his football dreams — behind to serve in the Vietnam War. He could have never imagined that at age 61, he’d not only return to college but to the field. Hear his incredible story.
In 1972, decorated combat pilot and legendary aviator Joe Kittinger was shot down and imprisoned in the “Hanoi Hilton.” The man in the next cell was John McCain. For the first time, Kittinger speaks out on camera about their experiences.
Arlo Guthrie was born with a guitar in his hands and thanks to his legendary singer-songwriter father, Woody Guthrie, he’s learned just how to become renowned himself.
After 40 years, many of the wounds are as fresh as they ever were for Vietnam vets. Many still find it difficult to talk about, but their powerful stories are more relevant than ever.