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The challenges military personnel face deployed overseas can be unimaginable to civilians. Leaving everything they know and love, returning to find it is not the same, is one of the most difficult times in a veteran's life.
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Coming home from war can be one of the most difficult experiences for someone to face. For those who need help adjusting, there are local programs out there to help.
It is a campaign called "Make the Connection" designed to reach veterans, both young and old. It was created by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs to help those veterans adjust to civilian life.
Imagine being uprooted from your life and dropped into some of the most violent places in the world.
Since the War on Terrorism began in 2002, 2.3 million troops have served in Iraq and Afghanistan and for many of our Arkansas service members returning from war, the adjustment to civilian life is not an easy one.