Stephen Edwards

Iraq veteran who suffers from PTSD

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Iraq veteran who served in Iraq with the California National Guard (April, 2004-February, 2005) who suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome

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Pentagon policy calls for equal time on and off duty, but troops in Iraq spend 15 months in combat with just 12 months on leave.

Iraq and PTSD

Pentagon policy calls for equal time on and off duty, but troops in Iraq spend 15 months in combat with just 12 months on leave.

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