Operation Recovery

The Fort Hood Testimony Report

Chas Jacquier

“Prior to going, our unit was so low in numbers that we actually took soldiers into Afghanistan who were on crutches. We’re walking fifteen, twenty cliffs a day at 10,000 feet elevation through the mountains. The guy just got off crutches and you expect him to be able to do that?”

Read the full testimony of Chas Jacquier, US Army veteran, Military Police, NCO

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Categories: Access to Care, Disciplinary Discharges, Impact on Family, MEB, Over-Medication, PTSD, Stigma, Suicide, TBI, The Drawdown

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