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Nov 11, 2011

when we talk about the wars in iraq and afghanistan, we talk a lot about numbers. number of troops in the field. number of years on the ground. number of dollars spent. number of american soldiers killed or wounded. we rarely focus on the actual soldiers, american men and women who have made deep personal sacrifices on behalf of their country, often with far-reaching and irreversible consequences. in honor of veteran's day, i sat down with a young veteran and wounded warrior, army corporal jeremy kuehl, to talk not just about his sacrifice, but his life, his dreams, how he got here, and where he's going. it's a great conversation, honest, funny, unvarnished and real. i hope it makes the meaning of the overseas conflict a bit more personal for you, and I hope you enjoy it. visit girlonguy.net for more information on wounded warriors, and for all your girl on guy podcast needs.

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