An Evening with Sebastian Junger

Join us for an unforgettable evening with New York Times bestselling author Sebastian Junger as he takes us on a journey through his extraordinary life as a war correspondent and author.

From navigating the frontlines to capturing raw emotions in documentaries, most notably Restrepo in 2010, Junger has dedicated his life to telling stories that matter. His passion for our service members led him to create Vets Town Hall, a remarkable nonprofit organization that gives Veterans a platform to share their experiences.

A limited number of copies of Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging will be available for sale and to be signed by the author.

Proceeds from this event will be split between the NVMM and Vets Town Hall.

Sebastian Junger is the bestselling author of War, about American soldiers in Afghanistan’s infamous Korengal Valley, as well as Tribe, about their struggles adjusting to life back home. His documentary Restrepo - which he shot, directed and produced with photojournalist Tim Hetherington – won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival and was nominated for an Oscar the following year. Junger remains committed to helping veterans and is the originator of Vets Town Halls. At a Vets Town Hall, veterans of any era who served in any capacity have the right to stand before their community and speak for up to ten minutes about what it was like to serve their country. These events are non-political, and all perspectives are valued. His most recent book is Freedom

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November 10, 2023


6:00 pm

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