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

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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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