Friendly Fire Friendly Fire

In March 1970, a U.S. Army officer arrived at the Iowa farm of Peg and Gene Mullen and informed them that their son Michael had been killed in Vietnam by "friendly fire." Their determined attempts to learn more about the circumstances of their son's death are the subject of this true account film.

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Fürs Vaterland zu sterben, Fürs Vaterland sterben

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