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Debt of Honor | Trailer

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A moving tribute to the history of disabled veterans and an unflinching look at the reality of warfare and disability featuring interviews with some of the country’s most prominent disabled veterans. Narrated by leading scholars in disability studies, history and psychology, the film vividly illustrates the human cost of war.

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Debt of Honor | Coming Home

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Disabled veterans Max Cleland, Gregory Gadson and Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth share their personal stories about the difficulty of coming home and adjusting to civilian life after being wounded in combat.

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Debt of Honor | Tammy Duckworth

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Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth recounts the harrowing story of the day she was injured in Iraq when the helicopter she was flying was hit by a rocket propelled grenade.

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Debt of Honor | Preview

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Take an unflinching look at the reality of warfare and disability through interviews with prominent disabled veterans, including Representative Tammy Duckworth, former Georgia Senator Max Cleland and former Commander of Fort Belvoir, Gregory Gadson.

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Iwo Jima: From Combat to Comrades | Treasure Returned

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Hershel “Woody” Williams returns a Japanese soldier’s flag, which was collected on the battlefield, to Tsuriji Akikusa, the only Japanese survivor able to make the arduous trip to attend the reunion. Incredibly, when Akikusa returns to Japan, he is able to find the flag owner’s son and return the long-lost treasure.

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Iwo Jima: From Combat to Comrades | Hatred to Healing

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Army Air Corps fighter pilot Jerry Yellin, who suffered from PTSD following the war, recounts the story of how a most unlikely family event — the marriage of his son to the daughter of a former kamikaze pilot — helped him recover from the war that haunted him ... finally healing the hatred lingering in his heart.

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Iwo Jima: From Combat to Comrades | Trailer

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Follow survivors of perhaps the fiercest battle of WWII as they return to Iwo Jima for a Reunion of Honor on the only battlefield where former enemies come together in shared remembrance. Hosted by Ryan Phillippe.

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On Two Fronts: Latinos & Vietnam | Latinos in WWII

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There’s a long tradition of Latino-Americans serving in the military going back to World War II. For many families, it’s been a way to demonstrate their patriotism and secure their position in society.

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On Two Fronts: Latinos & Vietnam | Protesting at Home

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As the war continued in Vietnam, Chicano protestors began organizing at home. Thousands marched to end the war and speak out against what they saw as injustice on the part of their country and communities. One activist, Delia Alvarez, was at political odds with her own brother, a POW in Hanoi.

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On Two Fronts: Latinos & Vietnam | The Morenci Nine

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In 1966, nine young men from the mining town of Morenci, Ariz. joined the Marine Corps together. Though the odds of their dying in Vietnam were less than 10 percent, only three of them came back alive. What happened to these Marines and their community?

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On Two Fronts: Latinos & Vietnam | Preview

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On Two Fronts: Latinos & Vietnam examines the Latino experience during a war that placed its heaviest burden on working-class youth and their communities. Framing the film are memoirs of two siblings, Everett and Delia Alvarez, who stood on opposite sides of the Vietnam War, one as a POW and the other protesting at home.

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On Two Fronts: Latinos & Vietnam | Trailer

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On Two Fronts: Latinos & Vietnam examines the Latino experience during a war that placed its heaviest burden on working-class youth and their communities. Framing the film are memoirs of two siblings, Everett and Delia Alvarez, who stood on opposite sides of the Vietnam War, one as a POW and the other protesting at home.

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The Homefront | Raising a Family

Navy Command Master Chief Petty Officer Veronica Holliday describes the role of her husband, Michael, in raising their three children. Michael talks about the satisfaction he takes in being a father and how proud he is of Veronica’s achievements in the Navy — which have been made possible in part by his role as a stay-at-home dad.

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The Homefront | Preview

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View intimate portraits of America’s military families, with unprecedented access to soldiers, sailors, Marines and airmen and women in the all-volunteer military. The revealing documentary tells stories of pride and patriotism, sacrifice and resilience.

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The Homefront | Sharing Deployment Experiences

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Army Staff Sergeant Leo Gruba and his wife Serena talk about his six deployments to Iraq and how he has learned over time to share more about his experiences there with his family. Leo and Serena also discuss how their life in the Army has changed since the birth of their son LJ — and how it will likely change again soon when their second child, Austin, is born.

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The Homefront | Gonzales Family Homecoming

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Marine Gunnery Sergeant Ramiro Gonzales is welcomed home from an 8-month deployment on the USS Boxer by his wife, Misty, and their three children, Alex, Lillie, and Hunter — who was born during this deployment and who Ramiro is meeting for the first time. After their joyful reunion, Ram and Misty face the challenges of reintegration as they readjust to family life.

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The Homefront | Military Families

Army Specialist Samantha Van Fossen says goodbye to her parents and sisters as she prepares to leave the small town of Lodi, Wisconsin, for her first overseas deployment to the Middle East. Although Samantha is prepared and excited for her mission, she struggles with leaving her family. Later, senior military leaders and experts discuss the experiences of military families in the post-9/11 era.

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