Since Marines like William Manchester and Eugene Sledge never “got over” their World War II experiences in the Pacific and they weren’t supposed to “talk about it” they did the next best thing — they wrote about it; Manchester wrote “Goodbye Darkness” and Sledge wrote “With the Old Breed.”  We’ll talk about why we aren’t encouraged to “talk about it” with Ken Rodgers who, along with his wife Betty, followed in the footsteps of Manchester and Sledge and produced the documentary “Brave!  Common Men, Uncommon Valor” as a means of dealing with his time at Khe Sanh during the Vietnam War.