Whatever your role in the U.S. war effort, if you were injured overseas, at least you'd be covered back home, right?
In the summer and fall of 2004, 58-year-old William Manning was working east of the Green Zone in Iraq. As a labor foreman, Manning, a marine Vietnam vet, was overseeing and escorting other civilian contractors at a work site near the police academy where Iraqi rookie cops were trained. The academy ... More >>
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