Few major social institutions teach the moral integrity, courage, personal discipline, humility, sense of purpose and responsibility, and commitment to the lives of others better than the Armed Services. And none so thoroughly risks the very values it teaches. This is the paradox of war, and the consequence of this paradox is moral injury. Moral Injury is not limited to those who serve in the military. It can be a consequence of working in life or death conditions in any profession. Our mission of public education about moral injury is of value well beyond veterans, and we will expand our research to include civilians in the coming months.