INDIANAPOLIS — When 38-year-old Steven Bramer Jr. came back house from the combat trip within the Iraq War in 2005, he carried the scars of an enemy attack and emotional injury.
Bramer’s challenges began during their almost service that is year-long Mosul, situated on the north part of Iraq, as soon as the Indiana nationwide Guardsman discovered an improvised explosive device (IED).
A steel cable that sprung out in the explosion slashed Bramer over the throat. Into a cycle of addiction though he survived and made it home to receive a Purple Heart, the effects of the trauma launched him. Continue reading