Operation Paperclip certainly involved our military recruiting some very unethical and immoral true believing Nazis to come to the US to work for our government. Von Braun was not one of those reprehensible people but he is the most well known thanks to his very public role in promoting the space program and as the leader of the engineering effort at MSFC to build the rockets that took Americans to the moon with Project Apollo. Even vocal von Braun critic Michael Neufeld (seen in the video) acknowledged that von Braun was not a war criminal but rather an opportunist who took advantage of his position. We should be angry about those who our government recruited who played a personally active role in torturing, experimenting upon and murdering concentration camp prisoners. There were @ 1600 doctors, scientists, metallurgists and engineers out of 24,000 candidates brought to the US under Paperclip. There were a large number of known Nazis recruited by the OSS/CIA after the war to spy on the Soviets. There were a plethora of Nazis who were able to flee Germany via the Vatican/Catholic Church "Rat Line" after the war. How many people know the names of truly evil Nazis like Otto Ambros, Theodor Benzinger, Friedrich Hoffman, Siegfried Knemeyer, Richard Kuhn, Ulrich Luft, Konrad Schaefer, Walter Schreiber, Hubertus Strughold, Erich Traub, Herbert Wagner, Mikola Ledbed, Andrija Artukovic, Gustav Hilger, Theodor Saevecke, etc., that were recruited for exploitation by the Americans? What about the deal we made with the members of the Japanese biological warfare Unit 731? We agreed not to persecute them for war crimes in order to get their experimental data. There is plenty to be outraged about regarding Operation Paperclip but von Braun and his Team are one of the few bright spots where we greatly benefited from bringing Germans to America.