In the past decade America has become accustomed to viewing images of US troops involved in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. As media coverage of both prolonged conflicts begins to wan, American audiences grow numb. However, the severity and impact of these wars on those who fight becomes increasingly detrimental as service members return home.
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