Monday, April 16, 2012 As men and women return from military tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, they go through a significant adjustment as they rejoin civilian life.
Part of that adjustment is figuring how to communicate their experience at war.
This can be especially challenging for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) who are trying to build new, romantic relationships.
Rob’s six-pound Chihuahua Diablo is making his way sideways down a flight of stairs at Rob’s uncle’s house in Natrona Heights.
The Army plans to continue with the expansion, she said, with the goal of embedding the teams within other units that are not brigade combat teams, or BCTs.