How one Georgia veteran found healing in farming

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Allison Salerno

Jon Jackson remembers the time he spent in combat.

“There was always an enemy, improvised explosive devices would destroy tanks, grenades, RPGs, gunfire going on. And, when you train, it's just, 'all right, let’s rock and roll.' And it's, as long as you can hear bullets going over your head, then you're good."