What started out as a metaphor used to compare tattered flags to battle-weary veterans has become the base for repurposing the American Flag and restoring hope to those with PTSD. So Casualties of War’s founder, military veteran Zack Brown, collects tattered American flags to retire them properly in an effort to raise awareness for PTSD as well as providing those diagnosed with PTSD the help and support they need.
Veteran collects tattered flags to raise awareness for PTSD
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