SCRAMBLE THE SEAWOLVES

Directed by Jeff Arballo
ABOUT THIS FILM:

“Scramble the Seawolves” is the unknown story of the US Navy’s first and only Attack Helicopter Gunship Squadron. Established in 1967 and tasked with a life-saving mission of providing close air support for Gamewarden Operations and friendly allies in the Mekong Delta, Republic of Vietnam. Using war-torn hand-me-down huey’s, the Seawolves would become the most decorated Squadron in the Vietnam War and Naval Aviation History. Fifty years later, this is their story.


FILMMAKER BIO:

Jeff Arballo, a former teacher and athletic director, has worked in film, video, TV and webcast production for the past 20 years, many of those years focused on the sports action. Jeff has produced several documentaries on surfing and has appreciated and enjoyed the special opportunity of traveling the world with the WSL and ISA where he directed the very first live webcast in China. Jeff was the cinematographer on an Emmy Award-Winning show, Climate TV. In 2014, Jeff ultimately made the decision to travel less and focus his creative energy and passion towards creating films that truly make a difference in the lives of the viewer.

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