Now a major motion picture, Redemption at Hacksaw Ridge tells the story of unlikely hero Desmond Doss, a conscientious objector who served in the Army's 77th Infantry Division in World War II. Although he was trained as a solider, medic Doss refused to carry a weapon. He was insulted by his fellow soldiers and reprimanded by his commander, but when his unit arrived on the battlefield, Doss proved his courage. During the vicious battle for Okinawa, Doss rescused 75 wounded soldiers, and became the first and only conscientious objector to receive the Medal of Honor. In this volume, readers will explore the man behind the film and be inspired by this dramatic true story of integrity and courage.