Matt Young

former marine and author of the book “Eat the Apple”

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Matt Young on KCRW

Matt Young enlisted in the Marines in the mid 2000s, and was deployed to Iraq three times before he turned age 24.

The 'internal hell' of being in the Marines

Matt Young enlisted in the Marines in the mid 2000s, and was deployed to Iraq three times before he turned age 24.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Matt Young enlisted in the Marines in the mid 2000s, and was deployed to Iraq three times before he turned age 24.

The ‘internal hell’ of being in the Marines

Matt Young enlisted in the Marines in the mid 2000s, and was deployed to Iraq three times before he turned age 24.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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