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Public Media. Compelling Stories. Trusted Resources.

Coming back to civilian life brings new challenges, new opportunities and new stories of remarkable courage and accomplishment.

Public media tells those stories to help communities understand the veteran experience. And, through Veterans Coming Home, public media supports and engages veterans as they transition to civilian life.

Learn more about efforts in key communities.

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FRONTLINE: Losing Iraq

FRONTLINE examines the unfolding chaos in Iraq: What went wrong? How did we get here? And what happens now? Learn more at FRONTLINE





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Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry

Exposure to airborne hazards may cause several health concerns for veterans returning from deployment. Find tools to identify and track changes in your health. Check it out!

Make the Connection-Family & Relationships

See veterans and their families sharing stories about how they helped and supported each other and find resources related to symptoms and conditions veterans may be experiencing.
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Military Skills Translator

Want to figure out how your military skills translate to civilian skills?  Try U.S. Tech Vets translator.

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Navy Lieutenant Mark Radlinski and his brother Lieutenant Luke Radlinski.

Stories from the Military Voices Initiative

Lieutenant Mark Radlinski (L) and his brother Lieutenant Luke Radlinski (R) both served in the Navy.

When they came to StoryCorps, they talked about Mark's deployment to Iraq in 2006 and his homecoming in March 2007. They also remembered how, right before Mark's departure, they had a fight and parted on bad terms.

Luke begins.


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5 Tips to Ease Adjusting to Student Life

Many schools provide resources and services geared toward veterans and members of their family. Check it out!

Business Case for Hiring a Veteran

Here are 10 reasons to hire a veteran in a competitive business environment, backed up by academic research from our partners at the Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) at Syracuse University. Check it out!

Team RWB

Enriching the lives of America’s veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity. Check it out!

Veterans Crisis Line, 18002738255 press 1

24 hours a day,
7 days a week,
365 days a year.

Get help NOW Call or Text 838255

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