Soldiers are often exposed to excessive and potentially hazardous noises on a daily basis. This can result in long-term and extreme cases of noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL). Today’s guest, Chet Sechrest, is a retired member of the Army, a trained Medic, who spent almost three decades as an Army Ranger and later as a member of the Special Forces. Chet shares his own personal experience and gives a unique insight on the susceptibility and vulnerability soldiers have to hazardous noise and hearing loss. To hear more about the issues surrounding this epidemic, tune into this episode of Failed Hips and Harmful Drugs.