After over 30 years of trying to get the Cong. Medal of Honor for a medic in Vietnam who gave his life for them, they succeed in getting a Pentagon lawyer to take up the cause, but there are obstacles.
An ambulance medic in Manhattan when the city in the 80s was plagued with drugs is almost burnt out by the human misery until he meets a recovering drug addict whose father he transports to the hospital.
The true story of Desmond Doss a conscientious objector awarded a Cong. Medal of Honor for bravely saving the lives of at least 75 men is told via interviews & combat footage of the Battle of Okinawa,
Don’t let Mel Gibson’s past behavior keep you from seeing this amazing film about WWII hero Desmond Doss. Click the image to read my entire review.