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NOW | Fighting the Army | PBS

Duration: 09:33

Is the Army casting aside its neediest soldiers? NOW on PBS presents the stories of soldiers who faced trauma both in the Army and again back home. Here, Jonathan Norrell, who served as an Army medic in Iraq, describes how he transformed from a strong and proud soldier who "loved" being in the military to a man so scarred he could no longer do his job.

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Post Date: June 17, 2008