Operation Iraqi Freedom III history and first-hand account. Post-deployment medical conditions and information about the VA Medical System. The book was published on February 17, 2011. Easiest way to view and purchase is at www.serviceandsacrifice.net
Saturday, November 13, 2010
Theater of War and the annual meeting of the Maine Humanities Council
Friday I had the honor and opportunity to participate on a discussion panel after a performance of Theater of War in Washington, D.C. This discussion and event more than moved me to tears. It put me in touch with the Heart of the American Solider I still have within me. I am whole, I am complete, I am proud to be a Combat Veteran, and I highly recommend everyone: Citizen and Soldier (Sailor, Airman, or Marine) to find a way to see one of these performances. It was both healing and engaging and better than any medicine or therapy the VA has put me through. God Bless our VA clinicians that were present and those caregivers who attended this Annual meeting of the Maine Humanities Council. I won't forget it. Thank you Dr. Gala True and Colonel Robert Patrick for the invite!
Former Army National Guard Officer and OIF III combat veteran. Disabled American Veteran authoring a book to help Veterans and their families find help with PTSD and TBI issues. Twelve-years enlisted as well including the Marine Reserves. Charity project, please get involved.
Sam Console, 1st Lieutenant
Inactive, Disabled American Veteran
PA Army National Guard