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Published on Mar 5, 2009
This documentary is a poignant portrayal of military children dealing with the deployment of a parent. The children are given a free week of summer camp as a thank you for the sacrifices they make by having a parent away during wartime. The beauty and cycles of nature provide an amazing backdrop as the camp experience unfolds and the children get to know peers going through similar struggles. Through this newfound camaraderie and the healing powers of the outdoors, the children receive coping skills and memories to last a lifetime. -
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