Veterans

A Life Of Honor

Billy served his nation by fighting the war in Iraq. But his use of crack-cocaine caused him to be discharged other-than-honorably by the military. Such a dis-commendation can make life very hard for an ex-military member. Often...

Bringing Back More Than Memories

David remembers arriving in Vietnam in 1967 to the words, “Welcome to Charlie Company.” War is Hell, and David endured one horrific experience after another. Upon returning home, he coped by abusing alcohol and drugs...

Early Blackout

Michael can remember being shy and fearful his young life, and even as a teenager couldn’t muster up the strength to talk to girls until he took swigs from a bottle of Crown Royal his friend swiped and brought to the school...

Private Pyle

Paul was the “fat boy” in the military. He had hoped that by joining the service he would be battling America’s foes, but as he had been doing his whole life, he was battling the extra pounds; the extraneous...