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Injured Vets Have Tougher Time Adjusting to Civilian Life

Pew Research Center graph
Pew Research Center graph

There are more than two million wounded warriors in the United States, according to a new survey from the Pew Research Center. And many of those veterans say they're not getting the help they need from the federal government to recover:

The Pew Research Center survey finds one in ten veterans have been seriously injured while serving in the military, and those injured vets have a much tougher time adjusting to civilian life:

Despite this, more than 70 percent of veterans surveyed by Pew would advise a young man or woman to enlist in the military. And virtually all of those polled are proud of their service.

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