Author Topic: To tell or not to tell??  (Read 9072 times)

Mark241

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Re: To tell or not to tell??
« Reply #15 on: December 16, 2010, 10:32:46 am »
All the comments were great not much to add, many people dont' want to "face" the issues that we all share here, which I think is fine, thats' whats wonderful about this forum. I fought in combat while I was with the  Army during the Panama conflict, Somalia, Gulf war, and limited action in Bosnia. My heart and prayers are always with our service men and woman, and pray for their saftey and return home, God Bless you and your family, and I'm proud of what their fighting for.
4cm C1  16hrs                 Barrows, Jan 06      NF2
3.5 cm  Right AN retro       Barrows, Oct 06   
Cranial Plate removal           UNM Nov 07
LP                                   Barrows  Jan,2011
Wound revision                 Barrows Feb, 2011
5mm left middle Fossa,  (2) 2mm spine w&w

Keri

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Re: To tell or not to tell??
« Reply #16 on: December 16, 2010, 10:51:40 pm »
Thank you for your service, Mark. How long were you in the Army?

My son came home last a year ago today. He was between graduating basic training, tech school before going to his PDS. I've seen him once since but he hasn't been home since. He will go to a pre-deployment training in January. Just found out it will be in Jersey ( I guess Mcguire / Ft Dix??) and that's only 2 1/2 hours away! I really hope / plan on seeing him a few times before he deploys in March.

Julie - hoping you are holding up alright and your son is as well.

Keri
1.5 left side; hearing loss; translab scheduled for 1/29/09 at Univ of MD at Baltimore
My head feels weird!!

 


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