June of 1944, the British 1st Special Service Brigade storms Sword Beach in Normandy.
As they fight ashore, in their midst a man wearing the Cameron kilt his father wore in World War 1 calmly marches back and forth along the sand playing the bagpipes.
Armed with nothing more than a skean dubh in his stocking, William “Piper Bill” Millin not only survived the landing, but piped his laddies inland and survived the war without injury.
I don’t think I can add anything to that.
Rest in Peace, Mad Piper Millin.