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Sense of destiny

Updated: Apr 7, 2019

Still functioning after all these years. Thank God. I have been blessed with the ability to share my thoughts and experiences of our war; it has given me a sense of destiny. I will be the witness for our brothers and sisters who have fallen with honor so that they will not have died in vain. I myself was diagnosed with Chronic PTSD in 199; T&P. For years I believed that what I experienced in combat was nothing in comparison to other Warriors. It was during my own therapy sessions that I discovered I had gone above and beyond- as many of us have; we served with a common Valor. God bless us all for we have served in so great a capacity.

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