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Situation Report: Liberating Belgium, Remembering America's

Situation Report: Liberating Belgium

UNC-TV's Military and Veterans Affairs team is covering Belgian ceremonies honoring American military who fought and died during World Wars I and II, May 21-June 2.

Thursday, November 7, at 10 PM, on UNC-TV PBS & More, UNC-TV premieres a special Situation Report featuring coverage of Belgian memorial sites and services honoring heroes of the World Wars from our state and nation.


Farming—it rejuvenated everything about who I am.
It gave me a sense of purpose and gave me a sense of being able to serve my community one more time.
—Veteran Davon Goodwin

Veterans Affairs

Soldiers Harvest

Working with animals, to buying and building a farm. these are success stories of veterans who have made the transition into our state's agricultural community.

Situation Report—A Reason To Live

Situation ReportA Reason to Live, hosted by the North Carolina Channel's resident military and veterans affairs advocate Jeff Smith. Explore news, research and resources about mental health issues and suicide prevention for veterans.

In addition, hear about the impact of these losses on the family members left behind. Situation ReportA Reason to Live also examines what is being done to address the situation and identifies available resources.

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a reason to live

Casey McCurdy

Army vet McCurdy discusses regretting his two suicide attempts as well as his rededication to life.

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