Submitted by: Dean M. Henney

Category: Film / Documentary

"Iwo Jima: 50 Years of Memories" aired throughout the United States and internationally for two decades, garnering praise from WWII Marines as the best film done on the battle for Iwo Jima.

The late "Band of Brothers" author Stephen E. Ambrose called it “a great film.”

DVDs of this film are available for American Legion posts and individuals throughout our nation.

In addition to the historical value, this documentary serves as testament to the importance of veteran-to-veteran story sharing.

“Certain stories require the listening heart of a fellow veteran.”
Dean M. Henney, Marine Corps captain (ret.), veteran of the First Gulf War

Order the DVD today. Donate a copy to a veteran.

About the author:

Dean M. Henney is a retired Marine Corps combat arms officer and an independent filmmaker. A fourth-generation farm native of NW Minnesota, his next project CERTAIN STORIES will focus on the importance of veteran-to-veteran story sharing.