Ten years ago, the United States led an invasion that ultimately ousted Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. The Iraq War altered the lives of many over the last decade. This Memorial Day, we'll look at the heroes who fought, the families who are left behind and the continuing support at home for our wounded veterans and for the children of the fallen.
In this second hour of our Memorial Day special, we speak to a reporter who was embedded during the Iraq War, as well as General Joseph Dunford, a four-star general in the United States Marine Corps. We also examine the cost of the Iraq War, and look at organizations working hard to help support our military and their families.
Listen below to the second hour of "Remembering Iraq: A FOX News Radio Special" hosted by FOX News Channel's Griff Jenkins:
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