“Valor with Honor” will be screened on Vimeo starting May 2017 for Asian Pacific Heritage Month

Japanese-American 442d Combat Team.

“Valor with Honor” not only records the deeds and emotions of the veterans of the 442nd, but highlights the difficult struggle of the brave Nisei both on and off the battlefield. It is a suburb documentary.” Professor Joe Roth, San Jose State University.


Valor is an 80-minute documentary film based on over 30 oral histories of Japanese-American WW2 vets who served in the 442nd Regimental Combat Team. The entire film is told by these aging vets sharing their personal experiences fighting in fierce battles across Italy, France, and Germany.

President Truman salutes the colors of the combined 100th Battalion, 442nd Infantry, during the presentation of the seventh Presidential Unit Citation.
President Truman salutes the colors of the combined 100th Battalion, 442nd Infantry, during the presentation of the seventh Presidential Unit Citation.

“Valor with Honor” is an independent documentary film based on over 35 oral histories on Japanese-American WW2 vets that served in 442nd Regimental Combat Team. The film is 85 minutes long and in a standard DVD format. “Valor” is now available as a download or can be rented for online screenings on Vimeo.

Visit Valor with Honor for details and a please review the historical timeline for easier viewing.