10/19/2011 02:43 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Beyond The Battlefield: Video Portraits Of Lives Reconstructed

To accompany the ten part series by David Wood, Beyond The Battlefield, The Huffington Post has produced video portraits of several of the soldiers who have been severely wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan and those who care for them. These videos, by video producer Adam Kaufman, will be added to this page as they are published.

Introduction: Tyler Southern

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Medics: James Stoddard

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Families: The Fierros

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Caregivers: Cheryl Ganser

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New Hope: Todd Nelson

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Why Did I Survive: Bobby Henline

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Webcast: David Wood And Bobby Henline

David Wood and Bobby Henline answer questions from readers of the Beyond The Battlefield series in this webcast recorded live on October 21. It is hosted by Jeff Muskus, the deputy national editor for The Huffington Post.

Hidden Wounds

Mark Litynski, a 23-year-old rifleman with Lima Company, and his wife, Heather, talk about his struggle with genital injuries.

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Vets Struggle With Combat Trauma

Proud Marine Natasha Young talks about her struggle with PTSD

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