Thank You for Your Service delivers a strong message about the struggles faced by men and women dealing with PTSD and we've got an exclusive clip. Based on the best-selling book by David Finkel, the film is based on the real stories of the men of the Army's 2nd Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment after they return from service in Iraq.
Writer-director Jason Hall was previously nominated for an Oscar for his American Sniper screenplay and his new movie continues his insight into the family and personal struggles faced by those who serve.
Miles Teller plays Adam Schumann. In this scene from the film, he visits his buddy Michael Emory (played by Scott Haze). Adam feels guilty because he dropped Michael after Michael was shot in battle and Adam was carrying him to safety. Now Michael is struggling with his war injuries and talks to Adam about how he feels.
Thank You for Your Service opens in theaters on October 27th. Next week, we'll have an in-depth video interview with Jason Hall, Miles Teller and Adam Schumann here at Military.com.