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Over the past decade, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have taken a heavy toll on the physical, psychological, and relational health of military service members and their families. The articles included in this special section of Health Communication add to the robust, interdisciplinary body of research on the health consequences of wartime deployment by examining how communication enables the recovery process of service members and their families. Because communication processes can signaldoi:10.1080/10410236.2013.802970 pmid:24134313 fatcat:tzd4x6dxb5dcbnbvyfqkwnxkti