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Film Assignment for January

Troops, your viewing assignment for the month of January is to watch The Greatest Beer Run Ever. At a time when the Vietnam War was at its height, one man, John “Chickie” Donohue, snuck back into the war zone to find his 3 closest...

Film Assignment for December

Troops, your viewing assignment for December is to watch the short film NWO – United We Stand. In 2018, Earth has come under attack from alien forces. A U.S. Special Forces team is sent in to recover a downed alien craft, but what they...

Film Assignment for November

Troops, your viewing assignment for the month of November is to watch Operation Huey Restoration. The Huey became the symbol of U.S. combat forces in Vietnam. In country, more than 12,000 helicopters served alongside our troops. The 7,000 Hueys that...

Film Assignment for October

Troops, your viewing assignment for October is to watch Walking Point. Walking Point is a story of love, loss, and victory. This short film centers around Private John Markle, a young marine assigned to the war dog platoon that helped liberate Guam...

Film Assignment for September

Troops, your viewing assignment for the month of September is to watch Sabine. After you watch Sabine, email your thoughts and comments to denny@frontlinesoffreedom.com.  We’ll review it on the last show of the month. Click HERE to access...

Film Assignment for August

Troops, your viewing assignment for August is to watch the documentary The Lafayette Escadrille. It’s a short form documentary of the Lafayette Escadrille produced by the Humanus Documentary Films Foundation for the United States World War I...

Film Assignment for July

Troops, your viewing assignment for the month of July is to watch the award-winning short film, Punte Ko Pangro (Punte’s Wheel). “Punte ko Pangro” is a story about a child in the countryside of the Kathmandu valley. We follow...

Film Assignment for June

Troops, your viewing assignment for June is to watch Fort Monmouth. This was a short film done by a New Jersey high school student this year about a very important military facility during WWII. It’s a larger conversation about decommissioning...

Film Assignment for May

Troops, your viewing assignment for the month of May is to watch the short film Air Show. The actors in this film are former refugees and it was shot during the Canadian International Air Show. Reeling from loss, a refugee father and daughter arrive...