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War and Life Afterwards: An Interview with Brian Castner

May 24, 2013

As the mother of a Marine in Afghanistan, thank you for your service!

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We’re honored that Brian Castner, Iraq War veteran and author of The Long Walk, makes his official online home right here at Brian’s history and work are fascinating, as are the writing and photographs he shares on his blog.

We asked Brian a few questions about his background, his book, his blogging philosophy, and his choice of for his site.

Could you please tell us a bit about your unique background?

I served in the Air Force as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Officer, and deployed twice to Iraq in 2005 and 2006. EOD is the military’s bomb squad, so we defuse roadside bombs and all types of rockets and missiles and such. I got out of the military in 2007 and became a contractor teaching Army and Marine Corps EOD units before their deployments, but when the stress and post-traumatic issues finally caught up with…

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