Brothers At War > Coming to Lakewood Mar 27

March 7, 2009 at 5:06 pm | Posted in General Troop Support | Leave a comment
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Brothers at War

Brothers at War

Soldiers’ Angels is partnering with the acclaimed new documentary Brothers at War Movie  to help tell the stories of America’s warfighters and their families. Directed by civilian Jake Rademacher, who followed his two military brothers to document their combat deployment and return home, the documentary is an intimate portrait of a military family during wartime.  It is currently screening in a number of cities across America, and Soldiers’ Angels volunteers will be in attendance at each screening location to invite viewers to bridge the military-civilian divide by actively supporting service members and families like those portrayed in the documentary! If you would like to participate, please scroll down for more information.
As Patti points out, this a great opportunity to connect average Americans with those who protect us. “Fewer people serving in the military means fewer Americans have personal knowledge of the sacrifices and challenges of military life,” she says. “Brothers at War helps bridge that divide. The story of these heroes needs to be told, and our soldiers need to know their service is appreciated and that they are not forgotten.”

A winner at the 2008 GI Film Festival, Brothers at War has been receiving rave reviews from military supporters, veterans and military families.  Angel and military spouse Greta had a chance to preview the film and was very impressed.  “No other footage since Bad Voodoo’s War has portrayed anything so real and unbiased about the war and the soldiers who serve in it,” she wrote. 

Soldiers’ Angels encourages all Angels to spread the word about this tremendous documentary across the country and to attend a screening near their homes.

Screening Locations (showtimes and location details to be announced; email if you would like to assist the Angel activities at a screening near you):
Friday, March 13
Georgia: Columbus
Illinois: Chicago, Warrenville
North Carolina: Fayetteville, Jacksonville
Virginia: Arlington
Washington, DC

Friday, March 20
Ohio: Akron

Friday, March 27
California: Monterey, Oceanside
Georgia: Augusta, Savannah
Illinois: Decatur
Louisiana: Shreveport
Ohio: Cleveland Heights, Dayton
Tennessee: Clarksville
Texas: Killeen, San Antonio
Virginia: Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk
Washington: Lakewood



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