SCARS OF SERVICE
The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have been unlike any of America’s wars in recent memory.
Today’s volunteer soldiers are being sent into combat zones time and time again, more often than their counterparts of the past. And while they are more often surviving wounds formerly thought fatal, they’re bringing home physical and emotional scars that forever change them and their families.
As the multifaceted effects of these wars become clearer, so does realization of the number of soldiers who need help.