By Donna Bryson, Daily Beast, November 11, 2017
Most Americans are oblivious to the post 9/11 conflict. Some know it as a family war.
As David George remembers it, he was serving at a tiny U.S. military base in Afghanistan when his eldest son reached out from Florida to tell him he was planning to visit a recruiter.
Joey George, a 20-year-old Army reservist, said his father is one of the reasons he signed up to fight in America’s long war on terror. Continue reading here.