Since this list was somewhat popular last year, I thought I'd do it again this year. With Memorial Day being this weekend I thought I'd share a list of the various war films that will be showing on TV. It's been a tradition since I was a kid that my dad and I watch a few war films on Memorial Day Weekend. Anyone else have a tradition like this? All times are Central, check your local listings. Please feel free to post anything I may have missed. Friday 5/23/2003 7:00am - Gardens of Stone (1987) A&E 7:00am - Wings of the Navy (1939) TCM 1:00pm - Gardens of Stone (1987) A&E 7:00pm - Task Force (1949) TCM 9:00pm - Sergeant York (1941) TCM 11:30pm - Men of the Fighting Lady (1954) TCM Saturday 5/24/2003 1:00am - Paison (1947) TCM 3:00am - The Gallant Hours (1960) TCM 5:00am - Attack (1956) TCM 6:00am - Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970) AMC 7:00am - Edge of Darkness (1943) TCM 8:55am - Wing and a Prayer (1944) AMC 10:50am - Flying Tigers (1942) AMC 11:00am - The Horse Soldiers (1959) TCM 12:45pm - The Glory Brigade (1953) AMC 1:15pm - Battle of San Pietro (1944) TCM John Huston WWII Documentary 2:00pm - The Devil's Brigade (1968) TCM 2:15pm - To Hell and Back (1955) AMC 4:15pm - The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) TCM 4:35pm - Force 10 from Navarone (1978) AMC 7:00pm - Platoon (1986) AMC 7:00pm - Run Silent Run Deep (1958) TCM 9:00pm - Betrayed (1954) TCM 9:25pm - Casualties of War (1989) AMC 11:00pm - Pork Chop Hill (1959) TCM 11:20pm - Platoon (1986) AMC Sunday 5/25/2003 1:00am - Flight Command (1940) TCM 1:50am - Force 10 from Navarone (1978) AMC 3:00am - Command Decision (1948) TCM 4:50am - Flying Tigers (1942) AMC 5:00am - Kings Go Forth (1958) TCM 6:50am - The Fighting Seabees (1944) AMC 7:00am - Stand by for Action (1942) TCM 8:45am - D-Day, The Sixth of June (1956) AMC 10:55am - Hell is for Heroes (1962) AMC 11:15am - Fighter Squadron (1948) TCM 12:00pm - The Lost Battalion (2001) A&E 12:50pm - Platoon (1986) AMC 1:00pm - Men of the Fighting Lady (1954) TCM 2:30pm - Objective: Burma (1945) TCM 3:15pm - The Deer Hunter (1978) AMC 6:00pm - Men of Honor (2000) FX 7:00pm - The Deer Hunter (1978) AMC 7:00pm - Father Goose (1964) TCM 9:00pm - The Wackiest Ship in the Army (1960) TCM 9:30pm - Men of Honor (2000) FX 10:40pm - Castle Keep (1969) AMC 11:00pm - The Big Parade (1925) TCM Monday 5/26/2003 12:35am - Hell is for Heroes (1962) AMC 1:30am - The Fighting 69th (1940) TCM 2:35am - The Fighting Seabees (1944) AMC 3:00am - Torpedo Run (1958) TCM 4:30am - Castle Keep (1969) AMC 5:00am - Captains of the Clouds (1942) TCM 6:25am - The Sand Pebbles (1966) AMC 7:00am - Bombadier (1943) TCM 8:45am - Back to Bataan (1945) TCM 10:00am - The Bridges at Toko-Ri (1954) AMC 10:30am - The Story of GI Joe (1945) TCM 12:10pm - Sands of Iwo Jima (1949) AMC 12:30pm - Battleground (1949) TCM 2:05pm - Castle Keep (1969) AMC 2:30pm - Flying Leathernecks (1951) TCM 4:05pm - Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970) AMC 4:30pm - They Were Expendable (1945) TCM 7:00pm - Von Ryan's Express (1965) AMC 7:00pm - First Motion Picture Unit (1943) TCM Docunmantary on unit that made WWII training films 7:15pm - Resisting Enemy Interrogation (1944) TCM WWII Training Film 8:30pm - Wining Your Wings (1942) TCM WWII Training Film 9:00pm - Recognition of the Japanese Zero (1942) TCM WWII Training Film 9:05pm - Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970) AMC 9:30pm - Three Cadets (1943) TCM WWII Training Film 10:00pm - Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944) TCM 12:15am - Von Ryan's Express (1965) AMC 12:30am - First Yank In Tokyo (1945) TCM From the VFW website... "This Memorial Day is of special significance. We gather not only as a nation, wholly united in solemn remembrance of the defenders of our republic, but also as a people who have been wounded by war: Even though we mourn for what has been lost, there comes a need to move forward. Although wounded, we shall heal. There is no better way to honor those who have done more than you or I-those who did more than any of us-than to capture the essence of what they have given and draw upon it to strengthen our spirit as a nation. Many people from across the world stand united in remembrance today. We speak in one voice with shared admiration and respect…and in thanks to America's war dead who fought and sacrificed their lives for the freedoms we all enjoy today." I'd also like to offer a personal THANK YOU! to all veterans and current military members.