have courage. take heart. bear witness.
teaches veterans and their families about posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a condition he has lived with for more than forty years.
consulted a therapist when men in his National Guard unit showed signs of PTSD.
learned about PTSD so she could help her Marine son.
love John Geddry very much, and Shanley wants her brother "to live a long, long time and have the perfect friends."
are Navy veterans, and experts in the areas of veterans benefits and mental health, who advocate on behalf of veterans and their families.
prompted an act of Congress to get medical care for her seriously wounded daughter, an Army National Guard veteran.
is a former Army Ranger who, during twelve years of military service, saw more soldiers die in training accidents than in combat.
was one of the first women to pilot US military aircraft.
is a Marine Corps combat veteran of the US war in Viet Nam. During his second tour of duty there, he came to believe that the war was wrong. But for more than twenty years, he would not reveal that to any civilian.
took care of her nephew when his father, a Vietnam veteran, struggled with PTSD.
was imprisoned for refusing induction into the Army during the US war in Viet Nam.
shut out thoughts of his World War II combat experience for decades, until writing became his path to understanding what had befallen him.