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SOFREP’s Frontline Forum presents forensic anthropologist, former Marine intelligence officer, and SOFREP foreign affairs contributor Julian McBride. Julian shares details on what led him to enlist in the Marine Corps and outlines his time in a war zone. He then goes on to talk about why he pursued a career in forensic anthropology and how his instructors helped him incorporate art therapy into dealing with PTSD, eventually leading him to found Reflections of War (ROW), an anthropological NGO which aims to tell the stories of the victims of war through art therapy. Along with co-hosts Guy and Rad, he talks about current affairs in Ukraine and how he feels the war will unfortunately not end anytime soon.

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