Bravo! The Project - A Documentary Film


Experience the profound honesty and emotion of the men in BRAVO! COMMON MEN, UNCOMMON VALOR as they recount major events that took place during the 77-day Siege of Khe Sanh in 1968 as if it happened just yesterday. Learn what they endured, how they survived, the toll it took, and what it means to them still today, more than 50 years later.

If you are a veteran, this is a powerful way to teach your family what it means to experience combat. For everyone, BRAVO! illuminates an important event in our world history and the brotherhood that came home to a nation at odds with the Vietnam War.

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After streaming, please consider posting a review of BRAVO! at the Amazon Prime site listed above. Reviews help create momentum that will lead to the film gaining a wider audience.

Please also check out our companion film, I Married the War, giving voice to the wives of combat veterans and their dedication and struggle as caregivers of our country’s warriors.

Both films can be streamed by educators and researchers through Alexander Street (a ProQuest company) at these links:

Bravo! Common Men, Uncommon Valor

I Married the War

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Please remember, your purchase of this DVD is for private and personal home use only. If you plan to screen BRAVO! to an audience, please inquire about purchasing a one-time screening license.

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Ken & Betty Rodgers
Directors and Producers

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