23 Min Released Nov 30, 2017

When I Went to Iraq it Killed My Dad Back Home

Kate Hoit had a fight on her hands from childhood. She waged a war on booze in her home, trying to get her alcoholic parents sober. She succeeded with her beloved father, until she was sent to Iraq and he fell dramatically off the wagon. Kate loved her deployment - it was the making of her - but as the days ticked off she dreaded the chaos and heartache her return would bring.  

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