In the summer of 1950, still recovering from World War II, America was thrown into battle again. It was a war unlike any other; Korea became the chessboard where newly emerging superpowers jockeyed for position in a war that never officially began--and has never officially ended. Thousands of American soldiers paid the ultimate sacrifice, and thousands more gave at least a portion of their lives in the confrontations. Many were Latter-day Saints.
Using the words of men and women affected by the events in the Korean War, Saints at War in Korea is a direct history that vividly conveys the hardships, friendships, fears, and personal and spiritual triumphs of LDS Marine, Army, Air Force, and Navy veterans. This unique documentary includes moving accounts from Elder Russell M. Nelson, Joe J. Christensen, Hartman Rector, Jr., and many others. Their stories of prayer and faith, conversion and sacrifice, and miraculous protection are an inspiration to all and pay tribute to faithful latter-day Saint soldiers who served in Korea. --(Synopsis from ldsvideo.com)