By Andy Sheehan
The country has honored its veterans in Washington DC with memorials to those who served in World War II, Korea and Vietnam.
But as the global War on Terror enters its 15th year, there is no such memorial to the veterans of Afghanistan and Iraq.
As an assistant wrestling coach at Central Catholic, Andrew Brennan teaches the basic of hand-to-hand combat, but as a former U.S. Army captain and veteran of the war in Afghanistan, he’s seen the real thing. And he wants the sacrifice of those who have served in the War on Terror to be honored . . .