"Into Harm's Way"

TDG The Documentary Group
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"Into Harm’s Way," produced by The Documentary Group and the West Point Center for Oral History, and directed by Jordan Kronick, is a feature-length documentary that chronicles the experiences and memories of several members of the USMA Class of 1967 before, during, and after the Vietnam War. It examines the lessons these soldiers learned at West Point, the challenges they encountered in combat, and the war’s effects on them and their families. The film premiered at the GI Film Festival in Washington, D.C., in May 2012, was screened at a Congressional reception, and aired nationally on Public Broadcasting System stations in May 2013.

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conflicts Vietnam War
topics Courage West Point History Counterinsurgency
interviewer Jordan Kronick (Director)
date 2012

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name TDG The Documentary Group
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