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The feature documentary film on U.S. military medicine, FIGHTING FOR
LIFE, which played in movie theaters around the country last year,
received outstanding reviews
(http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/fighting_for_life/), will be aired on
television over the Memorial Weekend. This film received a major
screening at the Military Health System Conference in Washington, DC,
and special screenings at many military bases and hospitals.
FIGHTING FOR LIFE was a 3 year project produced by the non-profit
American Film Foundation with the cooperation of the Office of the
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, the U.S. Air Force,
the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, the U.S. Air
Mobility Command, Balad Air Force Theater Hospital, Landstuhl Regional
Medical Center, Walter Reed Army Medical Center and the National Naval
Medical Center. Many of the wounded warriors appearing in the film are
now receiving care under the V.A. system, including Crystal Davis, the
21 year old Army Specialist who lost her leg and is now living in
On Memorial Day Weekend (May 23/25) FIGHTING FOR LIFE will be broadcast
nationally in prime time on most PBS stations. A viewing audience of
around 2 million is anticipated.
Updated information with specific dates and times of broadcast for each
state is currently available on the website:
Information on the film and the trailer can be viewed on the website, also.