Korn fans now have a chance to see singer Jonathan Davis in a different environment, as the rocker's recent short film, 'Wounded Warriors,' is streaming online. The 17-minute film follows Davis as he tours Germany's Ramstein Air Base.

The movie, directed by Sebastien Paquet, finds Davis experiencing several of the tasks that soldiers go through on a daily basis. The singer says, "I'm just in shock. This film is not about me. It is about all the troops and what they sacrifice to keep our life going. I am truly grateful for every single one of them."

During his time at the base, Davis gets a tour of the C130J Hercules Aircraft from airmen of the 37th Airlift Squadron and an explosives demonstration from the 886th Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordinance Disposal Flight. In addition, Davis spent part of the trip visiting with soldiers at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center and talking with them about their sacrifices.

"Reality's a bitch," says Davis in the film. "You're watching the news and you're seeing everything that's going on and It doesn't really hit you until you actually get there and see the actual faces and the actual equipment and you see what's going on. I really do think that people should go meet these guys and see what goes on. [They'd] be a little bit more appreciative of what they have."

The film made its debut Nov. 10 at the GI Film Festival in Hollywood and won the "Audience Choice Award." It will make its television debut on the Pentagon Channel as part of the GI Festival next May.

Check out the 'Wounded Warriors' short film starring Korn's Jonathan Davis below:

Watch the 'Wounded Warriors' Short Film