Troops Suffer High Number of Brain Injuries A reporter's investigation finds at least four times as many troops are coming home with brain injuries than previously reported by the Pentagon. USA Today reporter Gregg Zoroya talks about how he compiled the data from military records, and what it means.
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Troops Suffer High Number of Brain Injuries

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Troops Suffer High Number of Brain Injuries

Troops Suffer High Number of Brain Injuries

Troops Suffer High Number of Brain Injuries

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A reporter's investigation finds at least four times as many troops are coming home with brain injuries than previously reported by the Pentagon.

USA Today reporter Gregg Zoroya talks to Madeleine Brand about how he compiled the data from military records, and what it means.