The indie film “The Red Machine” follows the American heroes who helped break the Japanese coding system during World War II.
The well-received film can be seen today through Aug. 30 on The Pentagon Channel.
Directors Stephanie Argy and Alec Boehm won the G.I. Film Festival’s Founder’s Choice Award earlier this year, and famed critic Roger Ebert praise the movie’s “elegant simplicity.”
The film is also available on DVD.