Jonathan Bisson of Woonsocket, RI joined the Army shortly after graduating from Burillville High School in 2011. He receive his EMT license and training at Fort Campbell, KY, had a seven month deployment to Afghanistan as part of the 101st Airborne Division, and returned to civilian life in December 2014. Bisson served as a station medic in the Chankani district of eastern Afghanistan near the Pakistan border. He met his wife Arielle, who also served as a medic in the military, but left when she became pregnant with their twin sons. Bisson discusses balancing family life with the military, the role of medics in a combat zone, and how the horrors of war led him to pursue a career as an occupational therapist.