During the Vietnam War, CBS News correspondent Morton Dean and cameraman Greg Cooke ﬂew on a harrowing medevac mission to rescue three wounded infantrymen from an enemy infested rice paddy. Dean long wondered what had become of the medevac crew and the bloodied men who were airlifted to safety on that day in 1971. American Medevac tells the story of their reunion, more than 40 years later.
Join us for a one of a kind Modern US Army field hospital exhibit and a showing of American Medevac with special guest Morton Dean on Veterans Day, November 11.
Schedule of Events: November 11, 2019
12-5:00pm | Modern US Army field hospital exhibit on the Library Lawn
5:00pm | Free movie: American Medevac at Central Library
6:00pm | Q&A with special guest Morton Dean and medevac veterans
6:45pm | Reception with refreshments
Sponsored by: Army ROTC | Center for Medicine, Health, and Society | History Department | Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries | The Curb Center | The Program in American Studies | The Program in Cinema & Media Arts | Vanderbilt Television News Archive