American Patriots Unsung Magazine Issue 6 - Page 106

106 with Traumatic Brain Injury and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Revealing, personal, and heartwarming, these patriots candidly share their struggles and daily journey of living with this affliction of the soul. Their hope is that other veterans will see their story and be motivated to seek help for themselves, knowing that they are not alone. Their purpose in sharing is not to define symptoms, treatments, or remedies for others but rather to inspire other veterans to see that there is no shame or weakness in seeking help. n 107 T here are “brothers” that serve with you in uniform and then there is your brother. NRA Life of Duty Patriot Profile, Forward March, invites viewers into the lives of American warfighters Tom and Scot Spooner, brothers who joined the Army and ascended through the ranks and service of Army Special Forces and Special Operations culminating at the tip of the spear at the Tier One level. Their story is one of achievement and success as uniformed soldiers and then as entrepreneurs upon leaving military service. Their success, however, comes amidst the trials and tribulations of their affliction PATRIOT PROFILE