American sniper, Chris Kyle dedicated his life to helping veterans with PTSD. This weekend he’s being remembered with a fundraiser for his cause.
The Texas House has passed a bill allowing military veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder to have service dogs.
Prompted by the attacks of deranged gunmen on a schoolhouse in Connecticut and a movie theater in Colorado, state lawmakers are rushing to plug holes in the system.
They are the dogs of war… literally. Most dogs used by our U.S. military are born, bred and trained here in Texas. Those who train the war dogs have discovered a dog’s life in the combat zone can lead to some very human-like problems.
The parents of Eddie Ray Routh, the man suspected of killing the nation’s deadliest sniper and his friend, released a statement regarding the deaths of the two men.
Many veterans have trouble adjusting to civilian life when their tours of duty are complete. But there is a program which aims to help veterans who wind up in trouble with the law.
The memories of the battles he fought in Iraq came home, to Fairview, with Corporal Gregory Schneider. It was the long, confidential conversations he had with his father that helped Schneider rise above the darkness that overwhelmed him after his return.
North Texas Marine Jason Allen doesn’t go far without Sarge. When the 33-year-old from Kemp is hurting he turns to his faithful buddy and it’s all thanks to an organization that matches veterans with shelter dogs and cats.
If you or someone you know struggles with depression, anxiety or bipolar disorder, there could be help available that does not involve medication.
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