If I could earn a living doing what I love most it would be to help wounded veterans coming home from the war by assisting with their medical treatment. I feel this is important because, having been involved in the armed forces and having nearly every male member of my family serve in one branch or another; I have a special connection with the brave men and women who serve. There has been a member of every generation of both sides of my family in every conflict this country has ever been involved in, including the revolutionary war, and some of them were wounded. Our solders coming home need to believe that someone out there cares about them. This is what I believe I can accomplish; by caring about our young men and women that are coming home with wounds both seen and unseen, I can help them heal. With caring people attending their wounds, they will know that we as a nation are proud of them. These people are our brothers and sisters, our mothers and fathers, our sons and daughters. We cannot forget them lest we turn into a country that says, “Go and risk your lives for us, for we care not what happens to you.” This would change the world by showing everyone that we care for those who risk their lives in order to protect our freedom.