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PBS has joined efforts with trusted public media partners to bring you Stories of Service, a multi-platform initiative that unites powerful stories and conversations around one of our country's most resilient communities: our military veterans.

Follow survivors to the only battlefield where former enemies reunite.
A Japanese soldier’s flag collected by a Marine on the battlefield is returned.
Disabled veterans speak about the difficulty of coming home & adjusting to civilian life.
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Examine the reality of warfare and disability from the perspective of disabled veterans.
Follow survivors of perhaps the fiercest battle of WWII as they return to Iwo Jima.
Learn about the Latino experience during a war that heavily burdened the working-class.
Gain unique access to military members and their families with these intimate portraits.
Track the draft's turbulent history and the unintended consequences of it's elimination.
Take advantage of LiDAR technology to re-create the landscape of D-Day.
Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth recounts the harrowing story of the day she was injured.
Fighter pilot Jerry Yellin recounts how an unlikely event helped him recover from the war.
Disabled veterans J.R. Martinez and Gregory Gadson tell their remarkable stories.
Examine the reality of warfare through interviews with disabled veterans.
Take an unflinching look at the reality of warfare with insight from disabled vets.
Watch Stories of Courage, Stories of Sacrifice and Stories of Service from PBS.
Explore the Latino experience in a war that burdened working-class communities.
As the war continued in Vietnam, Chicano protestors spoke out at home.
Examine the Latino experience during the Vietnam War.
Julian Camacho resigned from his position on the draft board to protest the Vietnam War.