I am watching now a video about Herold Noel in the Polish Public TV TVP-INFO.
I am just disgusted about the situation after the coming back from the war of Herold.
Also, I really find ridiculous the “helping hand” of the Veterans Organization… I only hope this guy will really rapidly find a solution to his personal situation !!
That’s an another reason to say : No to war, no to Polish troups in Afganistan, no to Obama, and the most important : no to the USA… !!! Only for the dignity of Herold !
i want to help!
let me help yall make a change pleasee.
i have my full heart into helppin this an helpin struggling vets
im 24 years old an have helped 3 srugglin vets off the streets an into a home.
let me do more..
This is a sad story i wish that i had billions of dollars to send to all the vets. but i don’t i’m a single mom. with kids two boys and i would n ever support the going to fight. let me kn ow if i can help any way i can.
These so called Hollywood stars need to reach out to the vets, they are who they are because of our kids buying there music, cloths, shoes we need to bring awareness to this problem.
I to know someone that have been to Iraq or where ever every body knows somebody that have been to iraq so please support.
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WHEN I CAME HOME (70min)
WHEN I CAME HOME is a film about homeless veterans in America: from those who served in Vietnam to those returning from the current war in Iraq. The film looks at the challenges faced by returning combat veterans and the battle many must fight for the benefits promised to them.
Through the story of Herold Noel, an Iraq War veteran suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and living in his car in Brooklyn, WHEN I CAME HOME reveals a failing system and the veteran's struggle to survive after returning from the war.