Women At War: Forgotten Veterans of Desert Storm trailer

 The feature documentary "Women At War: Forgotten Veterans of Desert Storm" takes an intimate look at women soldiers’ wartime experiences on the toxic battlefields of 1991's Operation Desert Storm and their heartbreaking battles with Gulf War illnesses since they've returned home. Carol Williams and three other female veterans fight the Veterans Administration for proper treatment and benefits in their search for answers to their mysterious Gulf War illnesses. They wonder why they’ve been abandoned by the government they’ve risked their lives to serve. Over twenty years later, their war isn’t over.


Thanks to Christie and Dennis Davis for this film! This is an important commentary on the US war (otherwise known as the "Gulf War") against Iraq and of the treatment of our veterans after they came home.

Visit www.womenatwarmovie.com for more information.

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