Apart from his role as Tony Soprano, actor James Gandolfini also made his mark through "Alive Day Memories: Home from Iraq," a documentary about injured Iraq war veterans adapting to life back here in the US.
To get a sense of what our friends and neighbors are feeling about America's involvement in the military effort to quell the Gadhafi regime, we speak to a round table of listeners from across the country.
The combat mission in Iraq officially ends today, but the question about what we've accomplished there will remain for years. We hear from veterans of the war, and ask them what they felt they personally accomplished there.
We check in with a few veterans who have already made the transition back home. Naveed Ali Shah came home a month ago, after serving as a specialist in the Army. John Jones, former staff sergeant in the Marines, returned from Iraq almost five years ago.
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