When A Child Comes Home From War

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Tracy Della-Vecchia, founder, Marine Parents
Cpl. Derrick Jensen, deployed to Iraq three times
Miranda Worthen, assistant professor, San Jose State University

Since 2001, more than 1.9 million sons and daughters have been deployed to fight in Iraq and Afghanistan. For many young veterans, homecoming can be a time of mixed emotions and changing family dynamics after a life-changing experience at war.

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