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The Conversation We Refuse to Have About War and Our Veterans

Veterans bear the burden of war long after they leave the battlefield. It’s time for America to acknowledge it.

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I went to the market
Where all the families shop
I pulled out my Ka-bar
And started to chop
Your left right left right left right kill
Your left right left right you know I…




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Benjamin Sledge

Benjamin Sledge

Author | Combat wounded veteran | Mental health specialist | Former geopol intel | Pre-order my war memoir—Where Cowards Go to Die—here:

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