When Army veteran Zeke Crozier’s military career was cut short by a life-threatening injury, he wasn’t sure what to do after his recovery. Surviving a helicopter crash in Afghanistan that left him with some traumatic brain injury, PTSD, anxiety and depression. Unable to continue his working in his career Zeke later found a passion he didn’t know he had.
Wounded Army veteran finds new passion into therapeutic art
You may also like
The farewell tradition at the Richard M. Campbell Veterans Nursing Home to honor veterans has gone viral after a woman shared a video on Facebook for her family to see.
Army Sergeant Terrence Hinton wasn’t granted a long time with his daughter, Cayleigh. A few weeks after she turned five-years-old, Sgt. Hinton died in a military truck crash last year. In the short amount of time that they did spend together, Cayleigh became a daddy’s girl.
This patriotic pup gets emotional when he hears Taps horns, instantly howling along with it...