A Stouthearted Volunteer
If you weren’t there you can thank Alan for capturing the powerful and emotional moments beautifully portrayed in episode 9 of our docuseries on The Great Cut, Record-Breaking Success.
Alan was among the very last at the venue, a man who stayed until it was all over, and who since The Great Cut has dutifully grown a long, silky, perfectly straight, extremely well-cared-for rich dark mane, which he intends to donate in 2024.
WWII Vets Return to Normandy
Just returned from France, Alan Tran was part of the team who created WWII Vets Return to Normandy: An Emotional Journey 79 Years After D-Day.
The touching footage in this short film highlights the camaraderie among 43 veterans as they reunite on the hallowed grounds where they once fought side by side—many of them returning to Normandy for the first time in 79 years.
You’ll hear about his desire to serve, the depth of his gratitude, and his remarkable experience filming The Greatest Generation, when you listen to Alan Tran on Let It Ride.
What you'll hear about
- Filming in Normandy and the local significance of D-Day.
- The last living veterans of The Greatest Generation.
- A marathon day at The Great Cut.
- His very particular hair care regimen.
- How much he’s donating in 2024.
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