Veterans Coming Home

How do we bridge the divide between veterans and their communities?


  • A Second Career

    Patriotism is not a business strategy, but it makes business sense to hire veterans.
  • (In)Visible Wounds

    The struggles veterans face prioritizing their health in the transition to civilian life.
  • Living On Purpose

    These veterans share how regaining your sense of purpose can be transformative.
  • Court of law or rehab program? Veterans Court is both.

    Phoenix Veterans Court pairs veterans who find themselves in jail with veteran mentors.
  • Veteran’s bond: A journey from tragedy to forgiveness

    Justin and Darrell talk about the powerful bond that veterans have with each other.
  • Vietnam vet provides safe passage for San Francisco children

    Vietnam vet Stephen Tennis gives back to his community by keeping streets safe for kids.
  • From war to the happiest place on Earth

    A story of war’s demons and how employers can help veterans and their families thrive.
  • A veteran fights homelessness in San Francisco

    Del Seymour, a Vietnam veteran, helps homeless vets find jobs in San Francisco.

About Veterans Coming Home

A team of photographers, writers, and filmmakers--—both veteran and civilian—--are crisscrossing the country to explore the lives of post-9/11 veterans, the divide between them and their communities, and the stereotypes that veterans and civilians hold about each other. Why does this divide exist? How does it affect communities across the country? And why does it matter?