These 10 Responses By Veterans To The U.S. Army Simple Question Is Heartbreaking!
On the honor of the memorial day, U.S. army asked a simple question on the Twitter about,"How has services impacted you?". Well, the veterans comes up with the responses that were unexpected which includes heartbreaking tales of the U.S. army soldiers! Scroll down for the full story!
Long Live USA!
The U.S. Army reached out to the veterans by asking them a simple question. Some of the veterans came out with positive and inspiring stories about their services while some of them came out with the overwhelming and heartbreaking stories.
This is horrible!
He despises the US army to not accept them on his sexual interest. It’s sad to see that he is still paying the money. Micheal says that it took 20 years for him to gain stability in his life.
Start by reading the bottom tweet!
This is quite overwhelming and absolutely breaks someone’s heart. Poor man.
Trauma gets worse.
I don’t even know why I’m trying to explain this, but here goes – logical thinking and understanding cause and effect might be significantly blurred in people suffering from PTSD. You can’t even begin to comprehend the complex mindset one must be in when committing suicide.
I just want to say that the U.S. army should improve the facilities for the people serving the country.
Brutal honest comment!
It’s quite inundated with responses from family members of those who served and ultimately committed suicide.
This is devastating!
I found one comment I could enjoy: “You can honor veterans by not making more of them.”. It’s also cheaper to get veterans the care they need if you reduce the number of them that need care in the first place.
No brighter side?
The memorial weekend turns out to be a weekend for all the martyrs family,
Our problems are nothing!
If we compare our life with the U.S. veteran family, it feels like our problem is minimal in front of them. I know that we should not compare our life. After reading this, I have learned that just be grateful for what you have.
I feel sorry.
I pray that everything will get better. It is hard to watch you our children suffer. God Bless.
The feeling of patriotism waves in through every soldier of the country but when you see the horrifying and terrifying experiences of veterans, it just scares you to join the army.
According to the sources, almost 11-20% of the soldier who serves Iraq war suffers from PTSD and 30% of Vietnam war veterans suffer from PTSD. Is it the inability of the people to take down life as a soldier or the U.S. army need to be blamed for improper health care?