Mike Helms, 38, of Radcliffe, Ky., was denied treatment at military hospitals after being hit with a roadside bomb while serving as a gunner in Iraq. Helms alerted Congress to the inadequate medical care he and others received. However, he still struggles to find a job in his field after the Army revoked his clearance in what he says was illegal retaliation for his disclosures to Congress.
Mike Helms, 38, of Radcliffe, Ky., was denied treatment at military hospitals after being hit with a roadside bomb while serving as a gunner in Iraq. Helms alerted Congress to the inadequate medical care he and others received. However, he still struggles to find a job in his field after the Army revoked his clearance in what he says was illegal retaliation for his disclosures to Congress. William DeShazer McClatchy
Mike Helms, 38, of Radcliffe, Ky., was denied treatment at military hospitals after being hit with a roadside bomb while serving as a gunner in Iraq. Helms alerted Congress to the inadequate medical care he and others received. However, he still struggles to find a job in his field after the Army revoked his clearance in what he says was illegal retaliation for his disclosures to Congress. William DeShazer McClatchy

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