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Category: Blast Injury

Rodger Young: the deaf and nearly blind Medal of Honor recipient

Rodger Wilton Young may not be a household name, but his heroics, bravery and selflessness exhibited everything the Medal of…

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TBI and Hearing Loss: Chronic Conditions Many Veterans Struggle With

A TBI is usually the result of a violent blow or jolt to the head and can result in symptoms ranging from headache and dizziness to sensory issues.

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Fighting in Silence

CPT Tony Seahorn Battles the Lasting Impacts of War The UH-1 “Iroquois” helicopter, dubbed the “Huey” by the soldiers who…

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Invisible Burns

How MSG Bobby Ehrig’s Determination Keeps Him Smiling Bobby Ehrig sits in front of a television camera and readies himself…

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Often Overshadowed, Impossible to Ignore

CPT Mark Brogan’s Battle with Traumatic Brain Injury and Hearing Loss Soldiers in a war zone know that their best…

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