“American troops have a long and noble tradition of humanitarian service. From distributing candy bars and care packages to street children, to offering medical and dental care to the poor, to building churches and orphanages in third-world countries, these American men and women commit thousands of hours to the service of others around the world, without expectation of gratitude or praise. This video profiles these heroes and their missions, revealing a side of the military rarely mentioned in the mainstream media. The film also profiles the extraordinary character of Bradley T. “Brad” Arms, a Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity brother at the University of Georgia who enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and ultimately gave his life so that others may live free of tyranny.” (51 minutes) (description provided by website)
All ages welcome. No registration required. Bring a snack and enjoy the film!