"Service: When Women Come Marching Home" A Virtual Q & A Event

On June 23 at 7 PM, join the filmmaker for a Q&A


Women make up 15 percent of today’s military. That number is expected to double in the next 10 years. SERVICE highlights the resourcefulness of seven amazing women who represent the first wave of mothers, daughters and sisters returning home from the frontless wars of Iraq and Afghanistan. Portraying the courage of women veterans as they transition from active duty to their civilian lives, this powerful film describes the horrific traumas they have faced, the inadequate care they often receive on return, and the large and small accomplishments they work mightily to achieve.

Watch The Film Here

These are the stories we hear about from men returning from war, but rarely from women veterans. Through compelling portraits, we watch these women wrestle with prostheses, homelessness, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Military Sexual Trauma. The documentary takes the audience on a journey from the deserts of Afghanistan and Iraq to rural Tennessee and urban New York City, from coping with amputations, to flashbacks, triggers and depression to ways to support other vets. An eye-opening look at the specific challenges facing women veterans with a special focus on the disabled, SERVICE can be used for courses in military studies, women’s studies, peace and conflict courses and veteran support groups.

On June 23 at 7 PM ET, join the filmmaker for a Q&A


About The Barbara Giordano Foundation
Women who served in the US Military have unique needs for healthcare, housing, employment and childcare in addition to needs shared with their male colleagues.Our mission is committed to the personal and professional growth of women veterans. We exist as a holistic resource bringing together business, education, wellness and military community members to provide women who serve with opportunities for long term economic independence and personal empowerment.



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