“Surviving Home,” a documentary by Matthew Moul, a 1991 Mason City High School graduate, and his wife, Jillian, will premiere Tuesday on television in honor of Veterans Day. A severely injured Iraq War veteran overcomes his lost sense of identity through perseverance and humor by becoming a stand-up comedian to help heal his physical and emotional wounds of war. A Vietnam War veteran becomes a Buddhist monk in an effort to come to terms with the carnage and dehumanization of combat. A female Iraq War veteran fights through the effects of military sexual trauma and post-traumatic stress by filing a class-action lawsuit against the U.S. government with the hope of securing spousal benefits for same-sex couples. A World War II veteran, who waited years to receive military benefits, spends time helping others with the support of a young, civically minded Marine Corps veteran looking out for him. Those are the stories shared in a Mason City native’s documentary that will premiere nationwide on Tuesday. “Surviving Home,” a film directed, produced and edited by 1991 Mason City High School graduate Matthew Moul and his wife, Jillian, will broadcast at 7 p.m. Tuesday on WORL...