Fallon, an army wife whose husband was deployed three times, shows military couples trying to endure. There are army base wives relying on each other and base routines to endure. There are army men who endure by focusing on their loved ones back home. You Know When the Men Are Gone gives a look at war and its impact on relationships.
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