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Back by popular demand! Honoring Decorated Vietnam Veteran, Gale “Big Bertha” Bertrand (Diddly Bertrand), with this very special "Home Town" screening of 'Vietnam War Miracle'. Please join us and learn what role he played in the fateful night which changed his life forever! FREE SCREENING OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. One night only, at The World.

An extraordinarily inspiring story, 'Vietnam War Miracle' recounts how one fateful night during the Vietnam War 1969, changed the lives of several young soldiers when they came under enemy fire. One died and two were catastrophically injured but survived due to the heroic efforts of their quick thinking medic and two fearless helicopter pilots.

One soldier lost both legs. The other, Donald Mason, lost 30% of his brain to grenade shrapnel. But thanks to the work of a gifted neurosurgeon he not only survived, but thrived and went on to live a remarkable, fulfilling life of selflessness and volunteerism. After 41 years he is finally reunited with his platoon brothers and meets the surgeon who saved his life and is able to fill in the blanks of what happened that night so many long years ago.


All tickets are Free