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A moving tribute to the history of disabled veterans, Debt of Honor takes an unflinching look at the reality of warfare and disability, featuring interviews with some of the country's most prominent disabled veterans.
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4.0

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1.0

big lies

By buzzy the vet

from kalamazoo MI

Comments about PBS Debt of Honor: Disabled Veterans in American History DVD:

congressman duckworth has betrayd vets as there are 200,000 homeless each day and 22 vets + 1 active duty person commit suicide each day and another 75 attempt it there are 7,000 deserters in Iraland now due to military treatment

(7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great documentary, until.....

By KareBear

from Fremont, CA

Verified Reviewer

Comments about PBS Debt of Honor: Disabled Veterans in American History DVD:

I just watched this documentary on PBS today, and I am so very appreciative for your efforts to give focus and voice to the mental health plight of veterans from our wars. I am a combat veteran, a mental health nurse with the VA, and am only too aware of the unseen wounds of war.

My only disappointment, and to some it may seem trivial, but to me and my comrades, with all the talk of the wars and troops being hurt, killed, etc. you left out Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. I felt a pain in my heart that it was so blatantly left out, and it was a major campaign. It might not have lasted for years like the others, but that was because we went in, took care of business, and got out. Korea is no longer the forgotten war- it is Desert Storm. When one's time of service is overlooked publicly, as Desert Shield/Storm often is, it is like a re-injuring of those of us who were there.

I hope that "my" war will not be totally forgotten just because it did not last long. We may be a smaller group of veterans, but we were there and we were injured and killed just as badly as those in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Thank you, though for the thoughtful coverage of the plight of our wounded.

Sincerely,
Karen M. Wall
MAJ, Army Nurse Corps, Retired

(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Extremely important documentary

By viewer

from NY

Comments about PBS Debt of Honor: Disabled Veterans in American History DVD:

This is a film that should be seen by every American

(6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Amazing movie

By Big Bird

from morro bay, ca

Verified Reviewer

Comments about PBS Debt of Honor: Disabled Veterans in American History DVD:

The best documentary made to date that actually tells the truth about what combat veterans suffer when they return from war. I know, I was one of them. Society, the American people, must support all efforts to help soldiers readjust and re-enter public life and seek "normality". We must hold accountable those in government and the military to provide for the physical and mental needs of our military who become Veterans. If they don't then we don't go to war.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Debt of Honor is a must see for all citizens

By Civilian opinion

from NY

Comments about PBS Debt of Honor: Disabled Veterans in American History DVD:

Most of us have no idea what life is like for Veterans when they come home. For the 99 % of us in honor of the
1% - please watch and learn.

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