Our Lives With Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury

A sad loss for the US Army and her Veterans.

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Dr. Pete Linnerooth touched many people’s lives.

He did his best, each and every day, to care for those who needed his help.

He did it at what ultimately became a terrible personal cost to him and his family.

He shares something in common with many other Soldiers who did their best each day during tremendously challenging times. Each only wanted to take care of the Soldier on their left and right, performing their duty to the best of their ability, fighting back fear of failure, injury, or death, all the while wishing they were home but never leaving their post.

I don’t want that to sound trite.

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Colonel Keith Sledd

I had the privilege of serving alongside the outstanding Soldiers and Family Members in my battalion as part of the Dagger Brigade. I will always be in awe of those men and women. My service with them…

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