In the end, we are all pretty lucky.

First, just watch this film. Then, go shake the hand of a veteran or give them a hug and say “Thanks”.

Then, rewatch it a few times. There are lots of little lessons on how to tell a story by connecting widely varied footage with a compelling voiceover.

Then, go find another veteran and say thanks again. Rinse and repeat.

Image Credits: Tom Abood.

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Doug Daulton

Doug’s career has been invested in leveraging emerging technology to tell stories that interest him and helping others do the same. His work includes ground-breaking, high-profile live streams and independent feature films.

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