Unfiltered: An Iraq Veteran and Family Coming Home Story

This is a story of a 19-year-old veteran who deployed in 2003. He was gone fifteen months, with over a year of that time spent in Iraq at the beginning of the war. When he returned, he got a full-time job and bought a home.

But this story is told by the family and is based on actual events over the seventeen years following his return. It tells the behind-the-scenes account that happens to millions of veterans and their families after war.

It is almost beyond belief.

This is an unfiltered look beyond fanfare and parades, speaking out toward a code of silence with hopes of bringing perspective and awareness as a catalyst for change.

Sadly, it appears that wars never end, but how we deal with the aftermath must.