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Welcome back when 26 year old Jill -- went off to war in 1965.
He brought along a 3-D camera and an audio recorder and he hoped to chronicle his first and second tours.
For his wife and the youngest son.
That he had there now those recordings plus never before seen photographs are being featured in the new documentary let's take a look.
It was absolutely fascinating when we get these 3-D shots because they really -- Trade.
He would take pictures where there -- flying in formation.
In the stores were always open.
The country that we hear from us very much south Georgia don't ever have gone through this very brief ten.
Can get -- this male and one thing he can take the picture are.
They report and -- fielder.
Well -- surviving widow of army natured joke -- Who passed away by the way in 2007.
From cancer Tomlin is his eldest son and they both join us live this morning from Orlando.
Got you guys up a little bit early this morning that we appreciate you joining us today.
This is is to be big weekend for you I understand.
Yes it is we've got the movie it's called it's a documentary called sky soldier and it is premiering on three -- -- play a little bit more about that.
But essentially -- how this whole thing happen yours your your your husband and your father.
Throughout his tours in Vietnam decided to take all these pictures 3-D pictures and ended up compiling -- with letters as well explain.
Well he started by the trying to show me what it was like to fly because he loved fly and not he felt like that very day would.
Would give me a good idea what it was like to be up in the air and up in the clouds.
And not when he came home.
About ten years after he came home we compiled the book.
-- we put it together and published it I was in the publishing business and jet Tom Jennings found out about it and called me one day and said hey we'd like to do a documentary.
Featuring your husband's.
3-D pictures of Vietnam.
Tom Jennings was the producer of this documentary.
So so Tom Tom -- on.
And you know when you're a little boy you -- sit there with your dad did you ever kind of did you kind of know that this was something that was a passion -- -- it -- sort of the sort of but morph into your life a little bit.
Everything that is it he did it was he -- a full blast and just.
These these photos are just a part of the thousands of three photos of the past.
Go on vacation.
And we were almost preprogrammed to know -- -- lineup and I get ready for picture completely took thousands of pictures and we had done dark crimson -- bathroom that we.
Every home that we lived and so oh he was obsessed with that he bought every three everything -- that you could buy.
So you have you have images of combat is trying to -- but also his bout with Agent Orange and actually ended up killing -- did.
Yes it -- Tell us do you figure that your father in your husband would be happy to see that this -- came to came to life.
Oh my goodness yes he would be absolutely delighted.
Because he wanted his his pictures to be preserved and to show to be shown and he would just be thrilled that we'll be -- -- -- on our.
On on having this -- soldiers going to -- on three -- on Memorial Day.
May 28 9 PM eastern time best of luck to you it's going to be fantastic up everybody continues.
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