Bon Jovi’s New Video ‘Unbroken’ Explores the Difficulties of Military Veterans with PTSD, form the New Doc ‘To Be of Service’

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One of the most challenging aspects of being in the military is its long-term effects — namely Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, which remains a crucial issue to the conversation. On Friday, Bon Jovi premiered a heartfelt new music video for “Unbroken,” a song that will be featured in an upcoming documentary titled To Be of Service.

Lyrically, Jon Bon Jovi goes goes inside the perspective of a soldier coming home and dealing with the consequences of PTSD, and the video packs quite a punch. Watch it below:

From the news release: Over the next 12 months, BON JOVI and Island Records’ will donate 100% of net proceeds from the download of “Unbroken” to the Patriotic Service Dog Foundation.

As for To Be of Service, the documentary film aims to ramp up the conversation about PTSD as it pertains to those in the military, and the film will have its release on Netflix soon:

To Be of Service explores the remarkable life changes resulting from the introduction of trained service dogs into the lives of military veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.  The film is directed and produced by Academy Award nominated director Josh Aronson, produced by Julie Sayres and executive produced by Carolyn Clark Powers and Chuck Ortner. The film will have a theatrical release in NY on November 1st and LA on November 8th, followed by a Netflix release on Veterans Day November 11th.  To view the trailer and discover showings near you, please visit

Here’s the trailer:

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