Pete Hegseth served with the U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division in Iraq in 2005 and 2006 and was awarded the bronze star.  For the past few years, he has led and been chief spokesman at Vets for Freedom.  Now, Hegseth is returning to active duty for the Army in Afghanistan.  What prompted him to return to combat?  How optimistic or pessimistic is he about the mission in Afghanistan?  What does he want to see from the Obama administration as we get closer to the July deadline to begin removing U.S. troops?  And what areas of the war does he see as reason to praise the Obama strategy?  We ask U.S. Army Captain Pete Hegseth.

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