Phillip Carter

Center for a New American Security

Guest

Phillip Carter is director of the military, veterans, and society program at the Center for a New American Security. A former Army captain, he returned from Iraq in 2006.

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A report released this week by the Santa Barbara Foundation shines a light on the county's veteran population, including who they are what issues they face in terms of housing,…

Santa Barbara's vets struggle with housing and healthcare

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