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Veterans Coming Home

(TV-MA) Here’s how NOT to change a tire in Iraq

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Veterans Coming Home

(TV-MA) Here’s how NOT to change a tire in Iraq

1m 11s

(TV-MA) Veterans Coming Home is taking a unique look at how some veterans use comedy to heal. Isaura Ramirez is a Latina comedian and combat veteran who spent 15 months in Iraq. She recently participated in a comedy bootcamp with Armed Services Arts Partnership, a nonprofit that helps veterans tap into expressive art. This video contains sensitive language. Viewer discretion is advised.

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1m 11s

(TV-MA) Here’s how NOT to change a tire in Iraq

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(TV-MA) Veterans Coming Home is taking a unique look at how some veterans use comedy to heal. Isaura Ramirez is a Latina comedian and combat veteran who spent 15 months in Iraq. She recently participated in a comedy bootcamp with Armed Services Arts Partnership, a nonprofit that helps veterans tap into expressive art. This video contains sensitive language. Viewer discretion is advised.

Available to viewers in US and Canada
Play
1m 48s

Why do people enlist in the military?

Each year, more than 150,000 people enlist in the U.S. military. Why do they volunteer for such a tough job? Some argue that military recruits are mostly poor, uneducated minorities who don’t have other options. Is this true? We took a look at the data to find out who’s enlisting and why. The reality might surprise you. What do you think? Did you enlist (or know someone who did)?

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