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N.R.A.'s Life of Duty: To be an American

Posted By Blackfive • [November 02, 2012]

This video is a preview to this month’s Patriot Profile Feature “Broken & Undone” but it also serves as a preliminary tribute to Veterans Day coming up next week. The title of this piece is “To be an American” and it focuses on brothers Tom and Scot Spooner – one who retired, and one who served our country for more than 17 years in U.S. Army Special Forces and Special Operations Capacities. They speak about how that experience has made them understand what it means “to be an American”.

This full feature will be the first Life of Duty documentary that addresses Post Traumatic Stress. LOD handles it in a very honorable and respectful way.

I think its worth your time to watch.


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