As the U.S. military withdraws from Afghanistan and concerns persist of the country reverting to civil war, parents of fallen soldiers struggle with a barbed question: For what larger reason did their child die?
Those who have served in the military are more likely to have suffered childhood abuse or to have lived in homes where there was violence than their nonmilitary counterparts, a study says.
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