WOUNDED PARENT
Marines with Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 115 prepare to deploy to the Western Pacific aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort as part of the Unit Deployment Program, July 9.
Marines with Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 115 prepare to deploy to the Western Pacific aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort as part of the Unit Deployment Program, July 9.
Photo by Cpl. Sarah Cherry

How War Wounds Are Also Passed Down To Children

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War wounds linger, but in some cases, they can also be shared. For veterans like retired Army Staff Sgt. Jonah Hughes, his struggle with a severe brain injury means that he must lean on others for support — like his son Koen Hughes, who is 10. Washington Post’s Emily Wax-Thibodeaux takes an in-depth look at veterans and families who are dealing with, or trying to help, parents overcome their mental or physical wounds.

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