Wilson (Woody) Powell, Air Force veteran, struggled for years following the Korean War with his “descent into cruelty” during that conflict.  Eventually, he dedicated himself to becoming “more honorable” through national leadership in Veterans for Peace.  His story exemplifies a model of healing through friendship and reconciliation with former “enemies” in Korea and China.

1950-52: "I'm wanting to get to Korea."

1952-53 in Korea: "Brutality is something that you can get used to...and I did."

1952-53 in Korea: "I was having feelings for those kids."