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PTSD: A Veterans Affair (Pt. 2)

todayOctober 30, 2017

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Randy Dexter is here to talk to us about PTSD and other veterans affairs. Dexter joined the Army as a combat medic after 9/11, and was caught in an IED explosion during his 27 months in Iraq. He struggled with post-traumatic stress disorder and alcoholism for years, white knuckling on the edge of a cliff until he was saved by an unlikely best friend — his service dog, a laid-back white-and-brown lab mix named Captain.

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    PTSD: A Veterans Affair (Pt. 2) Dave Nourse

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PTSD: A Veterans Affair

Randy Dexter is here to talk to us about PTSD and other veterans affairs. Dexter joined the Army as a combat medic after 9/11, and was caught in an IED explosion during his 27 months in Iraq. He struggled with post-traumatic stress disorder and alcoholism for years, white knuckling on the edge of a cliff until he was saved by an unlikely best friend — his service dog, a laid-back white-and-brown lab mix named Captain.

todayOctober 23, 2017


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