Victor Manzano

former Infantryman, US Marine Corps

Guest

Former Marine Corps infantryman (2000-2004) who went to Afghanistan with Operation Enduring Freedom and to Iraq twice with Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom 2

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It's Christmas in Afghanistan for the 1st Battalion 6th Marines.

Christmas in Afghanistan

It's Christmas in Afghanistan for the 1st Battalion 6th Marines.

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In the past eight years, 1.7 million American soldiers have been deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan.

Invisible Wounds of Combat Veterans in Iraq, Afghanistan

In the past eight years, 1.7 million American soldiers have been deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan.

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