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SoCal vets express frustration with unrest in Iraq




Jason Kyle, an Iraq war veteran, works at a company in Brea that manufactures scopes for rifles.
Jason Kyle, an Iraq war veteran, works at a company in Brea that manufactures scopes for rifles.
Denise Guerra
Jason Kyle, an Iraq war veteran, works at a company in Brea that manufactures scopes for rifles.
Brandon Washington’s Iraq war service left him with post traumatic stress and a slight brain injury.
Sharon McNary


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More than 700 ​Californians were killed in combat during the eight years of war in Iraq. Now that terrorist-backed extremists are overrunning many of Iraq's cities, veterans are watching the gains they made being reversed.

Some Southern California vets shared their frustrations with KPCC's Sharon McNary.