MUST READ: “One Degree of Separation in the Forever War”

A fantastic piece by Brian Castner, seriously read this: On April 9, 2011, Captain Jaymes Collin Uriah “Yuri” Hines drank a beer with a friend at a brewery in Bruges, Belgium, and tried desperately to relax. Yuri was a Weapon Systems Officer on an F-15E, a backseater who dropped the bombs, and he was exhausted. Just back from a combat tour, he had been conducting airstrikes only two weeks before. His brother Reese was deployed …

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