The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) is airing a several documentaries in honor or Veterans Day. On Tuesday, Nov. 10, PBS will air "Iwo Jima: From Combat to Comrades," which is the story of American and Japanese servicemen who came together 70 years later for a historic reunion in March, 2015. Also that Tuesday, a new documentary "Debt of Honor: Disabled Veterans in American History" will air. Both programs are part of PBS' Stories of Service. Viewers can join the conversation in social media using the hashtag #ServiceStoriesPBS and access a library of more than 50 archival programs and resources for educators, students and veterans at on the PBS website. You can also find more Veterans Day events, discounts and features at Military.com's Veterans Day section.
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