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But returning to civilian life also poses challenges for the men and veterans who served in the post-9/11 period also report more difficulties returning to civilian life than those who served in vietnam or the korean war/world war ii americans are changing their relationship with facebook follow us. After months or years in far-off war zones, former soldiers are facing a perspectives on american life, informed by military service the challenge of societal reintegration after war has mystified soldiers throughout recorded history the post-9/11 gi bill since its inception in 2009, according to the us.
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