This film chronicles the true story of William H. Pitsenbarger, a U.S. Air Force medic who personally saved over sixty men before making the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam's bloodiest battle.\ Three decades later, Pentagon staffer Scott Huffman investigates a Congressional Medal of Honor request made by Pitsenbarger's mission partner and parents. Huffman interviews Army vets to learn more about Pitsenbarger's courageous acts — and uncovers a high-level conspiracy behind the medal's denial.
Medal of Honor Ceremony Shoot
That Others May Live: Remembering Operation Abilene
The Music of The Last Full Measure
The Women of The Last Full Measure
USAF Museum Screening with Veterans & Pitsenbarger Family
Great film for those who remember the Viet Nam War
Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
This is a very good movie for those who remember the Viet Nam War. Plenty of flashback scenes reliving the drama of the conflict in Viet Nam. Our current Politicians could learn something about honor and doing the right thing in protecting todays servicemen.
A true story of a fallen soldier during the Vietnam War. His name is amongst over 52,000 other names on the Vietnam Memorial. Many whom returned alive were spit on and called baby killers. American protesters showed total disrespect to all military branches of war heroes. As a Gulf War veteran, I am ashamed of those people, to include the coward Senator John Kerry.
This is such a great movie! I bought it for my husband who is obsessed with history and loves war movies. This is wonderfully done and we both fully enjoyed it. The movie literally arrived on my doorstep less than two days after ordering it and was packaged securely. Highly recommend.
Great movie!!! Being an Air Force vet, I love seeing movies based on true events. Especially when it comes to an Air Force airman being awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. I would definitely recommend this for anyone who enjoys war movies.
Both audio and video quality are excellent. The thing that makes this movie most interesting is the way individual stories are woven into the main story line. It uses the individual veterans' lifelong traumatic effects of experiencing the inhumanity of war to emphasize the severity of corruption in the main story line. Well acted and a story very effectively told.