Michael Jernigan

former Corporal, US Marine Corps

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Retired Marine Corps Corporal who was several wounded by a roadside bomb in Iraq in 2004; writer for the New York Times Home Fires section online

Michael Jernigan on KCRW

In the past eight years, more than 35,000 wounded American soldiers have returned home from Iraq and Afghanistan.

A Wounded Veteran Reflects on Challenges at Home

In the past eight years, more than 35,000 wounded American soldiers have returned home from Iraq and Afghanistan.

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