Conscientious Objectors - Jim Fleming & Friends

January 17, 2014

Most young men during the Vietnam era faced a choice, whether or not to be drafted into the US Armed Forces. For Jim Fleming, and his friends Robert Cardinaux and Mark Peterson, the chose to become Conscientious Objectors. They worked together in alternative service as psychiatric aides.

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I'm thankful that I was too young to have to decide, but many times I've asked myself what I would've done. Thanks, guys, for honestly discussing what you went through.