Featuring three historical programs - the Bridge at Remagen, the 3rd Army and Only a Few Returned. The Bridge at Remagen: This program covers the race to the Rhine, the struggle to take it and hold it while German troops fought bitterly to hold the tide of Allied Armies. The Ludendorff Bridge at Remagen-the last standing on the Rhine-was captured by soldiers of the U.S. 9th Armored Division on 7 March 1945. The 3rd Army: The Army's own definitive study of the legendary 3rd and their immortal General George Patton. Lieutenant General George Patton was one of the U.S. Army's greatest exponents of armored warfare. General George S. Patton, Jr.. commanding, the Third Army participated in eight major operations and gave meaning to the term "hard charging, hard hitting, mobile warfare." the Supreme Allied Commander's remark about the Third Army:__ "Working and fighting together in a single indestructible partnership, they achieved perfection in the unification of air, ground and naval power that will stand as a model in our time." Unforgettable battle footage. Only a Few Returned: A tribute to Gunnery Corporal Maynard Smith who stayed aboard his limping B-17, shot up the Luftwaffe and helped bring his plane home on one engine.