Charles Hoge

Retired Army Colonel and psychiatrist

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Retired Army colonel and psychiatrist who treats veterans; Iraq war veteran and author of Once a Warrior-Always a Warrior: Navigating the Transition from Combat to Home, including combat stress, PTSD, and mTBI

Charles Hoge on KCRW

When combat soldiers come home from Iraq or Afghanistan, life is not just about survival any more. For some, it loses its meaning.

Bringing the War Home: The War after the War

When combat soldiers come home from Iraq or Afghanistan, life is not just about survival any more. For some, it loses its meaning.

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When combat soldiers come home from Iraq or Afghanistan, life is not just about survival any more. For some, it loses its meaning.

Bringing the War Home: The War after the War

When combat soldiers come home from Iraq or Afghanistan, life is not just about survival any more. For some, it loses its meaning.

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