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Wednesday, January 02, 2008

What Will 2008 Hold for OEF/OIF Vets?

Happy belated New Year to everyone.

Apologies for being so silent on this end over the holiday season. While the media has this past year done a better job of investigating and reporting on the issues that concern our returning troops and military families, I've been able to take some much-needed time off following an incredibly busy year.

Last month's weeks of completing finals, preparing and testifying before Congress, my birthday, the holiday rush of commitments and gatherings, and being under the weather for most of that period, was a remarkable culmination of an even more incredible year for me personally -- and for the issue of combat PTSD.

Remarkable, yes, but exhausting, too!

And so, I'm late in posting my review of all we've accomplished in 2007, but hope to have that for you soon. What will 2008 hold for our returning veterans? We now find their needs examined and more fully brought to light in the public sphere.

Will we be smart enough to act on what we've learned?

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