The reflections of U.S. military veterans
Americas Now • 8m 17s
The U.S. military presence in Afghanistan lasted two decades. Thousands of troops were deployed. How did September 11th change the lives of these veterans? Harris Whitbeck met with some of them. This is his report.
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