May. 25, 2012
Steve Lulofs is a former Army Reserve specialist, who served in Iraq from 2003-2005. Ed Fizer is a former Marine who fought in WWII, one of the first African-Americans to train at the fully segregated Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. Together, they discuss what it means, and has meant, to be a veteran in America. How has that word changed, for better and worse, in the years between WWII and Iraq? And how can we fully and effectively honor those who have given their lives, literally and figuratively, for the country?