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The Last Nevada Guardsman to Leave Iraq Reflects Back
The Last Nevada Guardsman to Leave Iraq Reflects Back

AIR DATE: June 13, 2012

Last October, President Obama declared that all U.S. military personnel would leave Iraq by the end of 2011.  Col. Troy Ross was part of that group - the flight surgeon was the last Nevada Guardsman to leave Iraq.  We talk to Col. Ross about his time overseas, how he's readjusting to life back in Reno, and what he thinks of war reflecting back on his time in the Middle East.
Col. Troy Ross, flight surgeon, Nevada National Guard

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