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Ep. 0159: A Modern-Day Grunt's Perspective, Part 3: Part 2 of CJ's conversations with BT about his experience in the US Army,

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Once again, CJ is joined by US Army veteran BT to talk about BT's experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan.Join CJ & BT as they discuss:Thoughts on various people using veterans (or "the troops") as pawns in their ideological narratives, such as the NFL/kneeling-during-the-anthem controversySome stories from BT's first deployment to Iraq, during which time he was a Cavalry Scout in and around MosulSome stories from BT's second deployment to Iraq, during which time he was a Blackhawk crew chief and mechanic in BaghdadSome stories from BT's deployment to Afghanistan, again working on BlackhawksMultiple cases in which BT got in trouble for pointing out safety issues with the helicoptersSome of the negative fallout to his mental and physical health, and the damage to his relationship with his family, due to his military serviceSupport the Dangerous History Podcast via PatreonCJ’s DHP Amazon Wish ListOther ways to support the showThe Dangerous History Podcast is a member of the Recorded History Podcast Network, the Dark Myths Podcast Collective & LRN.fm’s podcast roster.Internal LinksDHP Ep. 0155: A Modern-Day Grunt's Perspective Part 1DHP Ep. 0156: A Modern-Day Grunt's Perspective Part 2External LinksBT’s blog, The Warrior PhilosopherVideo: Hot-dogging Apache crashes in AfghanistanLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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