Complimentary "Boot Camp Basics" Discussion with Captain Dale Dye
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We are thrilled to announce, that while previously unavailable, Capt. Dale Dye (Col. Robert Sink) has recently been able to clear his schedule to join us for the Band of Brothers 20th Anniversary Symposium.

As an additional treat, we will be offering a complimentary discussion with Capt. Dye taking place 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. on Friday, August 12, 2022, in US Freedom Pavilion: The Boeing Center.

Those who are registered for the symposium are welcome to join us in person for this discussion. A livestream will be available to the public to view online. Please register at this link to view the livestream.

The discussion will circulate around what it took to get the actors ready for filming, how to build a boot camp, what it means to be a military advisor on set, and more. Capt. Dye will share stories of filming battle scenes, his process of ensuring historical and military accuracy throughout the series, and how he helped transform civilian actors into seasoned soldiers.

Capt. Dye will be joined in this discussion by fellow military advisors for the series and some of the actors who worked under his purview. The discussion will be moderated by producer Kirk Saduski.

Panelists / Military Advisors:

Moderator Kirk Saduski, Playtone Executive

  • Captain Dale Dye, Military Advisor, portrayed Col. Robert Sink
  • Freddie Joe Farnsworth, Military Advisor and Actor
  • Laird Macintosh, Military Advisor and Actor
  • Michael Stokey, Military Advisor
  • Frank John Hughes, portrayed Sgt. William J. “Wild Bill” Guarnere, Sr.
  • Michael Cudlitz, portrayed Sgt. Denver “Bull” Randleman
  • Ross McCall, portrayed T-5 Joseph D. Liebgott

This discussion will be available to all guests registered for the Band of Brothers 20th Anniversary Symposium at no additional charge. If you are unable to attend the complimentary discussion on Friday, August 12, a recording will be available through The National WWII Museum's website (along with recordings of all scheduled sessions during the symposium).

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Time: 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

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