So I thought it might be useful to put up a list of the best - not necessarily most well known - post WWII films, and, maybe, TV shows, that win SP MBT players know (especially for new, perhaps younger, players).
My first one is 'The Odd Angry Shot' (1979) Australian SAS troops in Vietnam (with thanks to Kiwikkiwik).
No idea why Australia has not made a film about the epic battle at Long Tan in that war, although there is a good documentary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gUSq7pxux4
(made my then Aussie girlfriend cry her eyes out).
A Hill in Korea (1956) had the title 'Hell in Korea' in the US. Early Michael Caine film, who actually was
a British soldier in Korean War, Royal Artillery I think. This has several later big British film stars in it and it 'aint bad.
Kajaki (2014) I think it is known as 'Kilo Two Bravo' in the US for some reason. Accurate true story of some British Parachute regiment soldiers caught in an old Russian minefield in Afghanistan. Simply the best recent British war film, but it does not have much competition. Don't watch it if you don't like people swearing, soldiers tend to, a lot...
'Six' on the History Channel at the moment and not at all a bad show, about the USN SEAL's, allowing for the fact that all
Hollywood soldiers are more or less handsome and they all have very attractive wives. At least, these days, they can be nagging...