An Infantryman's View of the Army's Stop-Loss

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Kevin Walters with his father.

Kevin Walters with his father.

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The call to sustain high troop levels in Iraq is raising new concerns about the effects of recurring deployments on military personnel. The toll is particularly acute for soldiers serving back-to-back tours with little time in-between to decompress at home.

Kevin Walters served as an infantryman in Afghanistan and Iraq and shares his story through Youth Radio.

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