The “unseen warriors” of Traditions Military Videos’ “Unseen Warriors: Army Combat Cameramen in Vietnam” are—as the subtitle notes—a group of dedicated Army photographers and cameramen who often put their lives on the line to document the war on film.
This two-DVD set ($49.90) contains four hours of sometimes raw—but almost always evocative—footage of American and ARVN troops in action in the Vietnam War. There is plenty of combat, and close up images of the wounded and dead. There also are still photos that help tell the story.
Much of the footage here deals with the 1968 Tet Offensive. In addition to the narration, there also are the voices of the cameramen looking back on their work during the war.
For more info, go to the Traditions Military Videos web site.