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Our documentary about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder opened to great reviews and is now available for free to military service members, veterans, and family members of those who serve or have served our nation. You can get more information about Invisible Scars at








Duty, Honor, Country" By Linwood Bragan


....If you leave here with the word DUTY implanted in your mind; if you leave here with the word HONOR carved in your soul; if you leave here with love of COUNTRY stamped on your heart, then you will be a twenty-first century leader worthy...of the great privilege and honor...of leading...the sons and daughters of America..." - 

General H. Norman Schwarzkopf to the

Corps of Cadets on May 15, 1991


Our military knows and exudes an air of confidence and competence. Even with the occasional reported failings of command or individual service members, our military has for twenty years remained the most highly regarded institution in America according to Gallup polling. And, no matter what one's politics, it is generally agreed; they execute their mission with an unparalleled professionalism and are recognized for their hallmark attitude of honorable service.


The truth is, they do their duty irrespective of the partisan politics, philosophical predilections of foreign policy mavens or profit motives of the military contractors who produce their weapons and supplies. Their motivations are for the nation, the families they have left behind, and their hopes yet to be fulfilled; but even more so for the fellow-soldier with whom they stand shoulder to shoulder. They go where ordered, when ordered, whether to execute righteous relief efforts or failed foreign policy fiascoes.


An example of this service commitment can be found in Navy Seals Glen Doherty and Ty Woods who were killed when the American diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya came under attack on September 11, 2012. Though ordered to stand down and allow our ambassador and embassy personnel in Benghazi to fend for themselves, these warriors decided to






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