Tag Archives: afghanistan

Capt Andrew Halliday 003 | Why PTSD is not necessarily the full story.

Captain Andrew Halliday is a retired Infantry Platoon Commander. He served with 3 Scots, The Black Watch, The Royal Regiment of Scotland. He gives an insight into his life, military career and deployments to Afghanistan. Since leaving the Army he has been diagnosed with a Traumatic Brain Injury and we discuss his experience and how… Read More »

Visualisation – IEDs of Afghanistan 2004-2009

This is a visualisation of all reported IED explosions between 2004 and 2009. geocoding and category data visualisation is used using r to create the images and presentation and then premier pro to create the video. The effects of this level of activity can be devastating. If you want to find out more about mental… Read More »

Warriors' Roundtable: "Not Forgotten", #7 [part 1] Gabriel Guest // Marines in Afghanistan, 2008

Gabe was a Platoon Sergeant for 2nd Battalion 7th Marines, Fox Company (3rd PLT), in Now Zad during 2/7’s deployment to Afghanistan in 2008. In this interview, Gabe talks about the compressed training leading up to his deployment in 2008, his experiences with his brothers in combat, and the importance of staying connected with fellow… Read More »

A war veteran's story of survivor's guilt — and redemption

Over two decades of fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq, much research has explored the psychological toll suffered by the men and women who serve. A phenomenon that is perhaps less well understood is survivor’s guilt. Adam Linehan was an Army medic in both wars and is now a journalist who recently wrote about the agony… Read More »


I decided to let myself be vulnerable to speak about my experience with fireworks and how it triggers my PTSD. I tried to give you some insight on how it makes war veterans feel with sounds and videos. Thank you so much for watching. Source: Youtube

Using Art to cope with PTSD

I make art about the trauma of war. I look for it below the surface, searching out its invisible wounds and the resilience needed to overcome them. The challenge is to look beyond appearances, and stimulate transformation both within myself and in other traumatized people. As a combat-wounded photojournalist, I have experienced and documented the… Read More »

Stand up for our soldiers: ‘Betrayed’ British war hero makes simple plea to Boris Johnson – News 24

Thanks for watching my video. If you like my videos, please subscribe to the channel to receive the latest videos Videos can use content-based copyright law contains reasonable use Fair Use (https://www.youtube.com/yt/copyright/). For any copyright, please send me a message.  Brian Wood, who outlines his story in Double Crossed, a new book published by Penguin,… Read More »

Soldier's Kiss: A PTSD Documentary

Nearly every hour a soldier takes their life in America. Hear the true stories of brave men and women fighting for survival against PTSD. This faith-based documentary includes expert commentary regarding the signs and dangers of PTSD, Veterans and their families learn where to find transformative hope, and the Body of Christ will be challenged… Read More »

H-Hour Podcast #71 Helen Barnett

SO19 Police Armed Response | IRA Bomb Survivor | Commendation for Bravery Stabbed, shot, blown up, Helen served with the London Metropolitan Police and became the first mother to serve with SO19 – the Met’s infamous firearms unit, and only the third ever female to do so, also being awarded a Queen’s Commendation for Brave… Read More »