The film has screened at film festivals, community centers, theaters, synagogues, and residential communities. It was broadcast on PBS (the highest rated program in its time slot) and on a national Zoom call sponsored by the The Museum of Jewish Heritage. My most satisfying experience was accompanying the veterans as they attended many of the early screenings - surrounded by their families and friends. It is difficult to describe the overwhelming love, appreciation and applause I observed as the men were received at every event. The vets were proud to contribute their personal stories following a lifetime of silence. In this film, they shared their war stories for future generations of Americans who will remember them not only as proud veterans pictured in the film but also as the young and patriotic soldiers who fought to save our democracy. I will never forget these American heroes with whom I developed a close bond. Wonderful men who enriched my life beyond description. Unfortunately, they are almost all gone - but surely not forgotten.