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TOUR OF DUTY locks and loads - Clifford Terry, Chicago Tribune
All 58 Episodes on an 11-Disc Set
Over 45 Hours
Enjoy the groundbreaking TV series that was the first to depict the Vietnam War through the eyes of a single platoon of young U.S. soldiers. Featuring breakout roles for Kim Delaney (NYPD Blue), Kyle Chandler (Friday Night Lights), and special guest stars including Carl Weathers (Rocky), Michael Madsen (Reservoir Dogs), Ving Rhames (Mission: Impossible), and many more.
BEFORE BAND OF BROTHERS THERE WAS TOUR OF DUTY
The racially and socially diverse men of Bravo Company come together and begin their 1-year tour in Vietnam. Led by Sgt. Zeke Anderson (Terence Knox), they must ultimately depend on one another to face enemy troops and survive the hostile Southeast Asian terrain. Full of thrilling combat action, TOUR OF DUTY also portrays the dramatic human side of war and the camaraderie of the men who gave their all for their country.
BROTHERS IN ARMS. BROTHERS TO THE END.
When Bravo Company is transferred to the Tan Son Nhut Base outside of Saigon, it's a whole new war with new dangers and new faces. Kim Delaney (TV's NYPD Blue) joins the cast as a war correspondent embedding with the platoon. The action continues but the personal battles are just beginning for the fresh-faced recruits who are becoming battle-weary fighters amidst the daily grind of war.
THEIR TOUR IS ENDING BUT THE BATTLES ARE FAR FROM OVER.
The courageous soldiers of Bravo Company face their toughest challenges yet when they become part of a Special Ops unit at Camp Barnett. The third and final season is powerful, hitting on issues unique to the Vietnam era: the devastating effects of chemical warfare, the massacre of Vietnamese civilians, the growing use of heroin, and the difficulties the soldiers face returning home to a country bitterly divided by war.
Terence Knox, Stephen Caffrey, Tony Becker, Miguel A. Nunez Jr., Ramon Franco, Stan Foster
Dan Gauthier, Eric Bruskotter, Joshua D. Maurer, Kevin Conroy, John Dye, Kim Delaney
45 Hours 41 Minutes