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Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Imus on Treatment of Troops with PTSD

While most of us are aware of last week's highly-covered congressional hearings looking into care given to returning veterans at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, I've been looking high and low for references to a panel of hospital and military brass with the task of listening to the complaints of a room full of attending vets and military family members who have been stuck in outpatient limbo at the vaunted, now dinged, military hospital. I saw a small clip of it on C-Span and was terribly moved, but have only found one mention of it in my searches.

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From Imus in the Morning:

Here is a video of Sgt. James Doyle talking to a committee investigating problems at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Sgt. Doyle suffers from PTSD and talks about the way the Army has treated him. I couldn’t help but think of one thing when I watched Sgt. Doyle. Would I allow my son to be treated like this? Of course not, neither would you.

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