Contains: (Volume 1) The Beginning - In 1965, Operation Rolling Thunder roars across the skies over North Vietnam and the first U.S. ground troops land in the South. American soldiers are outnumbered in the Ia Drang Valley, the first major battle of the war. Search & Destroy - American troops launch widespread search and destroy operations; body count, not territory, becomes the measure of success in Vietnam. Charles Brown fights for survival on the bloody slopes of Hill 875 and at home, the American public begins to question U.S. military strategy. The TET Offensive - The enemy gains ground when the massive TET Offensive catches the Americans by surprise. At Khe Sanh and Pleiku, U.S. troops are under siege. Americans mount a counteroffensive but the shock of the assault ignites anti-war fervour at home. An Endless War - The turmoil of 1968 helps Nixon win the presidency. Troop strength in Vietnam peaks and the draft accelerates. Karl Marlantes endures bitter jungle fighting on Hill 484, and draftee Arthur Wiknik gets a grim introduction to combat on Hamburger Hill. But shortly after winning both hills, US troops abandon them. (Volume 2) A Changing War - Bob Clewell's helicopter crew comes under intense fire in one of the final operations of the war. Joe Galloway returns to Vietnam and in Washington, D.C., Barry Romo throws down his medals in protest. The last American troops return home and POW wife Anne Purcell awaits word of her husband's fate. The fall of Saigon brings the unification of Vietnam. Peace with Honour - Troop withdrawals begin as the Americans train their ARVN allies to take over the war. Gery Benedetti patrols the hostile waters of the Mekong Delta. James Anderson leads a battalion into Cambodia after Nixon's controversial order. Don DeVore struggles to survive a fierce night attack, and Anne Purcell gets promising news about her husband. INCLUDES BONUS FEATURES FROM VIETNAM LOST FILMS (Volume 3) America Enters The War - In late 1965, President Lyndon Johnson ordered large numbers of troops to South Vietnam to prevent what he thought was the takeover of the country by communists from the north. Witness the bloody battles at Ia Drang Valley, Khe Sanh, Con Thien, and Dak To--from 1965 through 1967. TET in Saigon and Hue - In January 1968, the North Vietnamese and Vietcong attacked over 100 cities and military bases in South Vietnam. The attack, launched during the holiday cease-fire, caught U.S. and South Vietnamese forces unprepared. In Saigon, the U.S. Embassy endured a 6-hour battle. Ringing Down The Curtain - When Richard Nixon took office in 1969, he promised to reduce involvement in Vietnam. But as he withdrew troops in Vietnam, the President simultaneously orchestrated an invasion into Cambodia. Though a military success, it set off a firestorm of protest at home. Then, on Easter Sunday 1972, North Vietnamese swarmed into South Vietnam, surprising U.S. and South Vietnamese troops. The End Game - The riveting story of the final American evacuation of Saigon in the last few weeks of April 1975, which culminated in the largest U.S. helicopter rescue in history as U.S. Marines rescued almost 7,000 people--1,400 Americans and 5,600 South Vietnamese--in the hours before the city fell to the Communists. (Volume 4)The Grunts of Vietnam - The story of the soldiers and Marines who saw combat in Vietnam. Often just 18 years old and drafted against their will, these men bore witness to the brutality of the battlefield and the futility of that war. First Air Cavalry of Vietnam - It was the first unit to use helicopters to transport fighting men and artillery in and out of battle. Against a tenacious enemy, these daring soldiers and pilots had to develop entirely new tactics for air mobile operations under fire. Air War in Vietnam - A fascinating look at the life-and-death dogfights and devastating carpet-bombings that supported soldiers in the jungle.