|SPECIAL FEATURE United States Military Code of Conduct
This rare early 1970s Department of Defense produced program explains The Code of Conduct for the behavior of military members who are captured by hostile forces. It includes basic information useful to U.S. POWs in their efforts to survive honorably while resisting their captor's efforts to exploit them to the advantage of the enemy's cause and their own disadvantage. Footage includes interviews with POWs captured during the war in Vietnam.
Run time: 29 minutes.
Swift, Silent, Deadly!
The History of Marine Reconnaissance
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From 1775 through today, the saga of United States Marine Corps Recon comes to thrilling life in the first comprehensive documentary detailing the little known history of the elite of the elite. Featuring personal accounts of history making USMC Recon missions from the men who were there; rare combat footage from World Wars I and II, Korea, and Vietnam; recently declassified footage of Marine Recon teams in action in Grenada, Panama, and Operation Desert Storm.
Hosting by best-selling author and Force Recon Veteran, Major Bruce Norton, USMC, Ret., this video will leave you in awe of those Marines who are trained to be Swift, Silent, and Deadly. They are Recon Marines.
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