Chip Powell interviewed by Jason A. Higgins, September 12, 2017, Incarcerated Veterans Project. This oral history clip discusses the tendency of trauma to resurface in the post-war lives of military veterans. As Powell astutely observes, these “rehappenings” can lead to readjustment difficulties, self-medication, and other problems that can contribute to veteran incarceration. Powell served in the U.S. Army and competed three combat tours in Iraq in 2003, 2006-07, and 2011. Rehabilitating from post-traumatic stress disorder and service-connected disability, Powell retired from the military and now volunteers at the Rhode Island Veterans Treatment Court. He serves as a mentor to other veterans in the criminal justice system.