This is a really great documentary that ties in the story of an A-36 WWII combat pilot and his family with war correspondent Ernie Pyle. Some of the footage is truly amazing and it captures the feeling and spirit of walking in his shoes. Some of the re-creation scenes could have been better achieved, but still, a first rate experience. The scenes with family member recollections are quite moving; as well. It's interesting to follow this man and his trials and tribulations. Also, how his path crosses that of Ernie Pyle. I need to find out more now on Ernie and his WWII journey. The stories are compelling and give you the feel of what these men went through and why War is hell. This may be a hard title to find, but worth the chase. I would highly recommend this one and add it with the book "Unbroken" as "well worth it" and "don't MISS" on WWII journeys!
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