My wife has seen that reaction from time to time. I’m driving. Everything is fine and then I spot something strange. It could be a piece of trash or just a rock. A cold chill shoots down my spine and reverberates throughout my body.
This, my friends, is what happens under convoy security stress for a year or more.
I appreciate all my brothers and sisters in arms. This video is a reminder what many have endured.
Post traumatic stress disorder is real, folks.
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