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AHERO: ‘True humanity still exists’

“This came at a pivotal time in my life where i given up on the reality that real people who truly cared still existed.”

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AHERO: ‘Most of the time of I feel like I don’t want to bother people’

“Most of the time of feel like I don’t want to bother people.”

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AHERO: ‘Here I am mentally stable while experiencing good epiphanies every day’

“I have been to Afghanistan in October of 2004. I have experienced IEDs, have had a TBI, suffer from PTSD, and I strive to live on.”

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AHERO: ‘I dealt with shame for 25 years thinking it was my fault’

“I have PTSD because of sexual trauma is not easy to see.”

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AHERO: ‘We are our brothers’ keepers’

“From the moment I shook another vet’s hand and looked them in the eye, I was at ease. I lowered my walls and opened up to Vietnam vets, Desert Storm and OIF OEF vets.”

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AHERO testimonials: ‘There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t contemplate suicide’

PENSACOLA—Last month, the eighth annual AHERO Warrior Hook-Up Pensacola Beach was held to bring together veterans with patriotic members of local communities and provide a…

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Veterans, By the Numbers

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Most people are aware that there’s a considerable military presence and corresponding veteran population in Northwest Florida, but now that population’s…

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Marines honor Blue Angel Jeff Kuss and other fallen marines tomorrow

On Aug. 19, at 10 a.m., on the fifth anniversary of the Marine Aviation Memorial Bell Tower dedication to the greater Pensacola Bay community, the…

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90Works: Helping our veterans integrate into the community

By Sammi Sontag INWEEKLY 90Works, a Pensacola based nonprofit organization, will now take on the work of the Panhandle Warrior Partnership program that closed earlier…

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