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Women Who Served in Our Military: For Veterans and Families

 

Women Who Served in Our Military: For Veterans and Families

Insights for Interventions: For Veterans and Families

Run time: 41 min
Production Date: 2005

Women Who Served in Our MilitaryThe role of women in the military has changed. This video presents the many trauma treatment options available to women Veterans today by VA medical facilities.

Hosted by Jane Pauley, distinguished television news anchorwoman and journalist, the video examines how women's deployment to war zones can lead to stress responses. Testimonials by women Veterans offer proof that treatment does make a difference and can help the Veteran return to normal life.

The video also describes the considerable contributions of women in service to their country.

NOTE: Some of the videos specific to Veterans may contain information that has changed since the production date. The most current information on Veterans benefits, eligibility, VA services, and more can be found through the Department of Veterans Affairs at www.va.gov.


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Women Who Served in Our Military (41:00) Video (222 kB) Part 1

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