Staff Sgt. Ty Carter will be receiving the Nations highest Military honor, his heroism in combat is truly remarkable. This hero is now helping lift the stigma by talking about his own struggles with PTSD, in hopes that others will not feel the need to keep suffering in silence. – PTSD United Staff
A JBLM hero, a Medal of Honor and PTSD
If a hero can admit his frailty, why not others?
The hero in question is Staff Sgt. Ty Carter, a Yelm man assigned to Joint Base Lewis-McChord. Last week, the White House announced that he would become the fifth living veteran of the post-9/11 era to receive the Medal of Honor.
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