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Four Vastly Different Deployments

From a PRT to Deployed in Place, James Meador tells his combat story

In episode 7, we hear from retired Master Sergeant James Meador about the need for allyship in working with Afghans; the impossibility of deploying in place and trying to balance the competing demands of combat and family life; and the moral injury he experienced in watching the various ways we have betrayed our Afghan allies. James offers our listeners a unique opportunity to truly get into the mind of a veteran serving in the War on Terror - the perfect way to honor their service on this Memorial Day.

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Shoulder to Shoulder: Untold Stories From A Forgotten War
Aim to bridge the civil-military gap through frank discussions about the War on Terror and those affected by it: from the soldiers who fought, to the spouses they left, to the volunteers still tirelessly working to support those allies left behind. In standing shoulder to shoulder with all those impacted, this podcast offers a safe space for candor and healing.
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