Biographies / Inspiring Stories • 1h 10m
After five tours and ten years as a Marine Sniper, Sergeant Douglas Brown, alongside director and producer Gordon Clark, takes us on an emotional journey across America, documenting the powerful testimony of returning combat veterans - all trained with a deadly skill set, now rendered useless. How do these soldiers fit back into a society that supported them when they enlisted but became ambivalent when they returned?
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