A Norman Lloyd Film
Combat Operational Stress continues to impact a growing number of Marines and Sailors returning from deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan. In a historic effort, the US Marine Corps is taking a proactive stance against the stigma associated with Combat Operational Stress and is urging Marines and Sailors to seek treatment for their post-deployment issues. Through interviews with Marine Corps leadership, such as General James T. Conway, Commandant of the US Marine Corps; mental health professionals, experienced in diagnosing and treating Combat Operational Stress; and Marines and Sailors diagnosed with and treated for Combat Operational Stress, this film examines the causes and symptoms of Combat Operational Stress, to dispel the common misconception (among the military) that having Combat Operational Stress is a sign of weakness.
To view this documentary, please visit The Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund.
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