"Info: Martha Raddatz, Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent for ABC News. She has been with ABC since 1993 in various positions including White House Correspondent and Pentagon Correspondent. Her reporting of the war has taken her to Iraq 20 times. In this program, she discusses the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan on a political level, a strategic level, and a personal level. She discusses her desire to tell stories of the soldiers serving there. Several of her news reports for ABC will be shown, including one where she trains and flies in a fighter jet with American military personnel. She also discusses her involvement in remind.org, a program of the Woodruff Foundation to benefit injured soldiers. The foundation was started by Bob Woodruff, her ABC News colleague who was gravely injured in an IED explosion six years ago."