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Army vet uses horseback riding to cope with PTSD

Army vet uses horseback riding to cope with PTSD

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Three years after serving in Afghanistan, Army Veteran Jason Short finally found a method to help him with his PTSD. As opposed to seeing a therapist or attending group sessions that made Jason feel like a test subjec...


The “Cooties” help keep Sacramento Veterans smiling

The “Cooties” help keep Sacramento Veterans smiling

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As a non-profit Veterans Service Organization the 'Military Order of the Cootie' in the Sacramento area dedicate themselves to lifting the spirits and giving back to those who gave their all for America’s freedom. ...

New mom, deployed Soldier welcome first baby of the new year

New mom, deployed Soldier welcome first baby of the new year

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The Casteel family welcomed Henderson County's first baby of 2020 on New Year's Day with baby Noah.

Disabled Veteran conquered Mount Kilimanjaro

Disabled Veteran conquered Mount Kilimanjaro

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A bomb blast takes your legs and you've got a few options: You can sit on the couch for the rest of your days (who would blame you?), or you can struggle to walk again. But Julian Torres, he set his sights way higher....

Military children train to be ninjas to cope with parent’s deployment

Military children train to be ninjas to cope with parent’s deployment

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When parents go on deployment, their children can often be confused, hurt, and upset. Marine Corps Family Team Building put on a Ninja Training Day, to help kids learn how to be strong and cope with their parents abse...



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