Tag Archives: Vietnam

How to Overcome PTSD | Combat Faith | The Honorable Allen B. Clark

This video tells my true-life story of how I lost both of my legs in Vietnam, suffered for years from PTSD, and was able to conquer PTSD in the end. I hope my story helps you or someone you know who is suffering from PTSD, even if the PTSD is not from a war experience.… Read More »

Healing from PTSD | Combat Faith | The Honorable Allen B. Clark

Vietnam veteran Allen Clark was wounded on June 17, 1967, at Dak To Special Forces camp in the Central Highlands area of South Vietnam. A mortar/rocket attack by North Vietnamese Army troops at 4:30am caused two of twenty five Americans to be killed and nine others wounded, one of whom was Military Intelligence officer Captain… Read More »

Mermaidman Has PTSD

Poor Mermaidman, he just wanted to his tv fixed. Back in the day Mermaidman fought in nam, and when he hears evil, his PTSD acts up. ————————————— Visit our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/garteproduct… SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Instagram: @garteproductions #Vietnamflashbacks #PTSD #RipTimconway #spongebob Source: Youtube

Michael Sulsona – U.S. Marine Corp 1969-71

Mike Sulsona served as a Marine in Vietnam from 1970 to 1971, as a rifleman in an infantry unit. On January 15, 1971, while on patrol, Sergeant Sulsona stepped on a detonated land mine. The explosion resulted in multiple wounds, including the amputation of both his legs above the knee. In the following years, Sergeant… Read More »

Ed Marohn, Author of Legacy of War

Ed Marohn is the author of Legacy of War, a psychological thriller set against the backdrop of the Vietnam War. Ed was a captain in the US Army (Airborne and Ranger trained) and served in Vietnam with the 101st Airborne (Airmobile) Division, commanding a combat unit. He was awarded three Bronze Stars and one Air… Read More »