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"This book should be required reading forwar veterans wondering if their dysfunctional, erratic behaviors might bedue to PTSD. What's more, every mental health professional who has ever treated(or could ever have) a veteran as a client, also should read this book."
 - James P. Coan  Author of 'Con Thien: The Hill of Angels'
      
"The book is a painfully honest reconstruction of his struggle that he wrote down inhopes of guiding other sufferers."
- Michael Putzel Vietnam War Correspondent | Author of 'The Price They Paid: Enduring Wounds of War'

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Less than a year after he married, Howard Patrick was drafted into the United Sates Army and spent ten months, three weeks, and two days in Vietnam with the First Air Cavalry Division. Following a year of training, including 22 weeks at NCO School, he was promoted to the rank of sergeant and left for Vietnam ten days after the birth of his daughter. Upon arriving in Vietnam he was assigned to Echo Recon, a newly-formed reconnaissance company as a squad leader, and later transferred to the Brigade Civil Affairs Unit as the NCO-In-Charge, where he also participated in air missions with the attached Psychological Operations Unit. 
      
His book describes his experiences from both an objective and emotional perspective, including such traumatic events as his first firefight, being on the receiving end of friendly fire, and getting shot down while on an air mission. He made it home with no physical injuries, but not without psychological wounds. He developed Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as a result of his combat experience, which affected his life from his discharge right up to present day. The book details that journey. Howard lives in Philadelphia with his wife Judy of almost 50 Years. They have two children and six grandchildren.

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  • File Size: 1086 KB
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  • Publisher: Howard B. Patrick (January 27, 2015)
  • Publication Date: January 27, 2015
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  • Language: English
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