Spc. Nick Colgin, out-of-work veteran
Paul Taylor, executive vice president, Pew Research Center
Gen. Mike Davidson, retired Army major general
It's a rare time in U.S. military history: During the longest period of sustained warfare, members of the military make up just one-half of 1 percent of the U.S. population. With fewer people sharing the burden, many veterans are having a difficult time adjusting to civilian life.