Documentaries

  • Nomadic Veterans

    Movie

    Nomadic Veterans is a documentary about two former Army Rangers who set off from Denver, Colorado in the summer of 2014 with nothing but their backpacks and one hundred dollars. They had three weeks to see how far they could get around the world, raising awareness and money for veterans transitio...

  • Pin-Ups for Vets

    Movie

    Perfect for Veterans Day, this short documentary tells the story of a nonprofit group led by former dancer Gina Elise and her beautiful, ex-veteran model friends who dress as 40's pinups to raise funds to improve Veterans' healthcare.

  • Fighters Without Borders

    Movie

    Michael Enright adjusts to his new dangerous life of language, traditions and new concepts, singing, dancing and eating while fighting for freedom.

  • The United States Air Force Combat Photography: Southeast Asia

    Movie

    North Vietnam MIG 17 combat footage.

  • A Day Called X 1957

    Movie

    An entire city evacuates in anticipation of a nuclear air raid. Narrated by Glenn Ford.

  • Air War In Vietnam

    Movie

    The U.S. air offensive in Vietnam was the most awesome display of aerial firepower yet seen. From the mighty B-52 bombing runs over the North to gunship strikes against Vietcong guerrillas, it spanned almost every type of mission and an extraordinary range of aircraft.

  • German Jets & V1/v2 Flying Machines

    Movie

    On July 25, 1944, a Mosquito reconnaissance aircraft belonging to the No.544 squadron barely escaped destruction in the first air-to-air encounter with the revolutionary new German fighter, the Messerschmitt Me-262. This plane represented a new generation of highly advanced combat types, employin...

  • The Bitch of Buchenwald

    Movie

    Ilse Koch has won a diabolic kind of immortality as the lady with the lamp made of human skin. She was never convicted for having owned this possession, but there was still enough against her for her to be jailed for life, released, and then jailed for life again. This groundbreaking program puts...

  • Buchenwald 1942-45: Histories Of The Holocaust

    Movie

    Documentary film with exclusively shot location footage. Events include the railway built by the inmates known as the SS "Death Railway," the story behind the internment of an eminent band of French political figures sent to Buchenwald, the harrowing stories and scenes discovered by American forc...

  • How Hitler Lost the War

    Movie

    Most professional historians and amateur enthusiasts believe that the allies WON World War II. This extraordinary film looks at Adolf Hitler in a different light and shows, moment by moment, how Hitler and his strategists lost the war.

  • Return to Honor

    Movie

    A documentary about soldiers returning and the citizens who honor them. A community seeks to honor the sacrifices of the men and women of the United States military who have been injured in the global war on terrorism.

  • A Time For Honor: Stories from Vietnam

    Movie

    A Time For Honor tells five stories from one small area of rural Illinois, all of which take place during 1968, the height of America's involvement in the Vietnam War.

  • Fight for a Fallen Brother

    Movie

    This is a story on how US Forces and Afghan National Army repelled an attack on a Joint Outpost named after a fallen comrade, SPC Patrick Allen Devoe.

  • One Year in Korea

    Movie

    A report on the war's first year with rare footage of U.S. forces, General MacArthur and more.

  • G.I. Jokes: From Combat Zone to Comedy Zone

    Movie

    In 2005 U.S. Army Private Justin Wood saw a comedy tour while deployed in Iraq. There would be no way for him to know that one of the comics on stage, U.S. Navy Veteran PJ Walsh, would later become his friend and comedy mentor.

  • The Ranger

    Movie

    "The Ranger" is a brutally honest and heartfelt story of U.S. Army Ranger, Chris Bemiss. Chris recounts his journey from the battlefield, through the darkness of PTSD, and how living the Ranger Creed drives his life in the memory of his fallen brothers.

  • The Bullet

    Movie

    Tim Jensen, COO of one of the most successful military lifestyle brands, opens up about his journey from joining the Marines, his deployment to Iraq, the darkness of PTSD, his recovery, and finding his passion for business at Gruntstyle.

  • Iwo Jima, Red Blood Black Sand

    Movie

    Iwo Jima, a tiny island 660 miles from Tokyo was defended by 21,000 Japanese soldiers determined to fight to the death. Veterans and rare combat footage brings the bloodiest battle in Marine Corps history to life.

  • The Wing: Cold Warriors

    Movie

    Experience the thrill of flying in this documentary with rare aerial footage

  • The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress

    Movie

    Experience the American Journey through our country's visual heritage in this historical recording provided by the National Archives of the United States.

  • History of the Air Force: 1965-1977

    Movie

    The culmination of a controversial war. The troops return home and aid in disaster relief.

  • Marines 66

    Movie

    Summary of US Marine Corps activities in 1966.

  • A Motion Picture History of the Korean War

    Movie

    The post-war state of South Korea featuring President Truman and more.

  • Level Black

    Movie

    This is the true and inspiring story of SSG Billy Caviness and his ongoing fight with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) after serving in the war and suffering severe injuries when he was hit by a mortar.