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Hero of the Pack (Video)

I’m so grateful with everything that God is doing with my life right now. It hasn’t been a year since I’ve published my book Combat Medic andย I’ve already started making an impact within my community. It is my goal to inform the nation on the signs and symptoms of PTSD to hopefully cut the rate of veteran suicide, which is at an all time high of over 22 a day.

 

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Combat Medic
A soldier’s story of the Iraq war and PTSD
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Author of Combat Medic : A soldier's story of the Iraq war and PTSD.Served as a combat medic on the front lines in operation Iraqi freedom/ enduring freedom. Medically retired from the Army in 2006 with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, retired from the VA hospital since 2013. After struggling with PTSD and suicide for twelve years I have made it my priority to share my story with as meany people as I can to help America understand what it's like being a combat veteran back home from war. It is my hope that other veterans can relate to my life and take use the same tools as me to live a better life with PTSD.

13 comments on “Hero of the Pack (Video)

  1. This is awesome! We may be from the same State. Go Wolves!

  2. Way to go, Sam! What a story.

  3. So happy you found a solution and what a wonderful way to give back! ๐Ÿ™‚ I hope you have a full recovery and do even more wonderful work! Cheers on the journey Sam!

  4. Glad to hear your pain has improved! Congrats on being honored ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Priyadarshini Rajendran

    I am so glad your book helps a lot of people. I never knew that the rate was so high.

  6. This is pretty awesome!

  7. This is really awesome! Your book sounds incredibly insightful and inspiring. Congrats on being honored at the Timberwolves game. I am truly humbled and grateful for your incredible work promoting awareness for PTSD. You rock!

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