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#1 Jeff Tanner

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Posted 31 May 2005 - 09:46 AM

I saw the program "Iwo Jima" last night on Discovery's Military Channel and Bob Hayes was credited as the DP. Would this be the same Bob Hayes that posts here on this forum?

It was a wonderful documentary show about WWII vets returning to Iwo Jima after 60 years and the emotions that they experienced setting foot on that small island again. Amazing what those guys went through to control the small island in the Pacific, over 7000 US soldiers killed in action and several thousand more wounded.

In any case, no matter which Bob Hayes shot the show I would like to publicly say "well done".

Respectfully,

Jeff Tanner
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#2 Bob Hayes

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Posted 31 May 2005 - 04:31 PM

Jeff:

Thanks for the great comments. ?Going Back? was one of the most rewarding projects I have ever worked on. Being a part of living history and spending time with some extraordinary gentlemen who fought in the Pacific during the Second Word War was an unforgettable experience.

Bob
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