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Prioritizing treatment over prison time

Prioritizing treatment over prison time

01/26/14 02:11PM

Ari Melber and Patrick Murphy discuss special courts focused on helping troubled veterans and Attorney General Eric Holder’s recent comments about focusing on rehabilitation rather than incarceration. watch

Exercise becomes a combative therapy

Exercise becomes a combative therapy

01/25/14 08:59AM

(Part 3 of 4) When "Big Sarge" took away the pain medication and started working out, he started to become the man again who his daughters knew. Taking the Hill airs Sun., Jan. 26, 1 p.m. watch

‘Spider webs’ vet faced when he returned

‘Spider webs’ vet faced when he returned

01/24/14 07:26PM

(Part 2 of 4) "Big Sarge" said he joined the military because of “a passionate love for the people I’m protecting.” But after a brain injury, he became mentally and physically drained and faced “spider webs” coming home from a deployment. Taking the... watch

Exercise helps this war vet heal

Exercise helps this war vet heal

01/23/14 06:33PM

(Part 1 of 4) For "Big Sarge," helping other veterans engage in outdoor exercise is part of the journey back home. Taking the Hill airs Sun., Jan. 26, 1 p.m. ET. watch

“Taking the Hill airs Sunday, Jan. 26 at 1 p.m. ET.”
Healing invisible wounds

Healing invisible wounds

12/14/13 07:59AM

(Part 3 of 4) Angie Peacock coped with PTSD with the help of a guide dog and equine therapy. She pays it forward and helps others. The documentary airs Sunday, Dec. 15, 1 p.m. ET on MSNBC. watch

'Let it be over': A vet's struggle with PTSD

'Let it be over': A vet's struggle with PTSD

12/13/13 01:07PM

(Part 1 of 4) Iraq war veteran Angie Peacock returned home with extreme PTSD. In the second installment of "Wounded: The Battle Back Home," she shares her struggle.The documentary airs Sunday, Dec. 15, 1 p.m. ET on MSNBC watch

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MSNBC contributor Patrick Murphy will host a one-hour discussion about veterans issues live from the National September 11 Memorial in lower Manhattan on Sunday, Nov. 10 at noon ET. Murphy, a former Congressman (D-PA) and Iraq War veteran, will look at issues affecting the veteran community. MSNBC will also premiere “Wounded: The Battle Back Home” – a documentary produced by Wounded Warrior Project. This will be the first of twelve documentaries produced by Wounded Warrior Project to air on... read more

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