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USMC, war experiences, veterans, Warrior Foundation-Freedom Station, recovery, rehabilitation
Disclaimers: I lost people in Nam. I have been a nurse forever, including some years at a civilian TBI facility. I have a grandson who served in Okinawa. I have read Fire in My Eyes by Brad Snyder. I have worked with former US Marines now serving in law enforcement.
This very moving book highlights the realities of war and what can and should be done to provide what is most needed by the warriors who have survived. Each man named here has found the extra courage to do the unthinkable by allowing himself to be interviewed about his post war horrors knowing that it would be published. These men were called to serve, and continue to serve in different capacities as civilians. The roads have been long and hard, and will never really end, but they have new skills, and a purpose in life.
Americans need to read this book, I prefer the audio, and wake up to a reality that does not revolve around Hollywood, spending on things that they can't afford, or senselessly killing each other and the environment. These people served you and have earned respect, regardless of how you choose to view wars.
I requested and received a free copy from the publisher, author, or narrators courtesy of AudioBookBOOM.
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Eye opening experience to hear of the statistics and most importantly, how these wounded soldiers are not being taken care of.
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