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Today we are joined by author and highly decorated US Army combat veteran, Benjamin Sledge to talk about his experiences fighting in both Afghanistan and Iraq. He shares the brutality of the fighting and living after the fighting is over.

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Benjamin Sledge, author of Where Cowards Go to Die


Where Cowards Go to Die

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Cowards Go To Die

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