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Caption: Army Pfc. Ronald Craig (R) and<br> fellow soldiers in 3rd Platoon,<br> Combat Company, 1-32 Infantry,<br> return from a two-week patrol <br>in Afghanistan., Credit: Army Spc. Jon H. Arguello

Protection vs. Mobility (06:21)
From: KUOW

A two-part series on the physiological effects on soldiers stemming from the heavy loads they are required to carry while serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Caption: Army Pfc. Ronald Craig (R) and<br> fellow soldiers in 3rd Platoon,<br> Combat Company, 1-32 Infantry,<br> return from a two-week patrol <br>in Afghanistan., Credit: Army Spc. Jon H. Arguello

New Efforts To Treat Pain (06:31)
From: KUOW

For troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, chronic orthopedic injuries are on the increase. They are associated with the heavy loads that soldiers are expected to carry. In the ...
Caption: Army Pfc. Ronald Craig (R) and<br> fellow soldiers in 3rd Platoon,<br> Combat Company, 1-32 Infantry,<br> return from a two-week patrol <br>in Afghanistan., Credit: Army Spc. Jon H. Arguello

New Efforts To Treat Pain (06:31)
From: KUOW

For troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, chronic orthopedic injuries are on the increase. They are associated with the heavy loads that soldiers are expected to carry. In the ...
Caption: Army Pfc. Ronald Craig (R) and<br> fellow soldiers in 3rd Platoon,<br> Combat Company, 1-32 Infantry,<br> return from a two-week patrol <br>in Afghanistan., Credit: Army Spc. Jon H. Arguello

New Efforts To Treat Pain (06:31)
From: KUOW

For troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, chronic orthopedic injuries are on the increase. They are associated with the heavy loads that soldiers are expected to carry. In the ...