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Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (INACTIVE)

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  • Robert Rheault dies at 87; Green Beret commander accused of murder

    Robert Rheault dies at 87; Green Beret commander accused of murder
    In 1969 Col. Robert Rheault landed a long-coveted assignment in Vietnam: commanding the Green Berets, the daring U.S. Special Forces group championed by President Kennedy and glorified by John Wayne. He had held the job for only three weeks, however,...
  • Col. Kurtz meets Outward Bound

     Col. Kurtz meets Outward Bound
    His was the last face I saw, the final voice I heard before I stepped backward off the 100-foot cliff. Even now, nearly two decades later, I can envision his weathered features and wispy white hair, and I can recall much of what he said. My fear, he...
  • Obama, in first visit to Camp Pendleton, hails '9/11 generation'

    Obama, in first visit to Camp Pendleton, hails '9/11 generation'
    CAMP PENDLETON — To the cheers of Marines, sailors and their family members, President Obama on Wednesday praised the “9/11 generation” for successes in Iraq, Afghanistan and other trouble spots. “Because of you, the 9/11...
  • Gun legislation failure dismays survivor of Texas mass shooting

    Gun legislation failure dismays survivor of Texas mass shooting
    Irma Garcia pulled back her sweater to show me where the bullet entered her shoulder and spun her around. It then torpedoed through her body and exited near the middle of her back. "I still have problems with it," she said, standing to show me how the...
  • Force-feeding — Guantanamo's shame

    Force-feeding — Guantanamo's shame
    At least 106 of the 166 prisoners at Guantanamo Bay detention center are reported to be on hunger strike, with 45 currently being force-fed. A recently published report by the Constitution Project's Task Force on Detainee Treatment, to which we...
  • 'Thank You For Your Service' follows soldiers after battles are over

    'Thank You For Your Service' follows soldiers after battles are over
    The first person in the Bible to take a life, Cain, was cursed by the Lord. Was he turned into a pillar of salt, like Lot's wife, or sent plagues like the Pharaoh? No. "You will be a restless wanderer on the earth," God decreed. Contemporary fighters...
  • Letters: A soldier's post-war fight

    Letters: A soldier's post-war fight
    Re "Healing Sgt. Warren," Oct. 6 As I read this story, my heart lurched with its only fractional understanding of the ache that belongs to Jonathan Warren, Scott Stephenson, their families and military peers. But these are the grievances that...
  • Navy Yard shooter: 2 previous gun incidents, but never charged

    Navy Yard shooter: 2 previous gun incidents, but never charged
    Aaron Alexis, identified as the gunman in Monday’s deadly shooting rampage at the Washington Navy Yard, had fired a handgun in two previous incidents in Texas and Washington state in which no one was hurt, according to police records. When...
  • Police warned Navy officials about Aaron Alexis

    Police warned Navy officials about Aaron Alexis
    WASHINGTON — Police in Rhode Island warned the U.S. Navy last month that Aaron Alexis was hallucinating and hearing voices, and security officials at the local Navy base where he worked promised to look into the matter. Newport Police Lt....
  • Waxman: VA should end bid to retain tenants at West L.A. property

    Waxman: VA should end bid to retain tenants at West L.A. property
    Rep. Henry A. Waxman is urging the Department of Veterans Affairs to settle a lawsuit over leasing out the agency's sprawling West Los Angeles campus. In a letter to veterans affairs Secretary Eric K. Shinseki, the Beverly Hills Democrat called a recent...
  • Student left in cell for days by DEA suffers PTSD, gets $4.1 million

    A UC San Diego student who was forgotten in a Drug Enforcement Administration interrogation room for five days without food or water described the incident as a "really, really bad, horrible accident." Daniel Chong, 25, will receive $4.1 million from...