For all warriors needing healing there are some key factors that apply universally. Combat PTSD stems from dangerous situations where their or their comrades’ lives/health were at stake. Most combat veterans with PTSD had multi-traumas rather than just one traumatic incident. The following information on PTSD anecdotes was provided to me by a fellow Vietnam veteran who was wounded in Vietnam as a Navy Corpsman assigned to the Marines. After the case study for each war, there will be suggestions for a spiritual approach to the issues affecting veterans.
The founder of this lay ministry, Allen Clark, is a West Pointer, who served in Vietnam in covert operations after being transferred in-country (airborne-qualified) and assigned to the 5th Special Forces Group. Allen did not attend the official Special Forces officer training course at Fort Bragg, but was proud to have been assigned to the 5th Special Forces Group. He believes the motto, code, and warrior spirit as exemplified by the official Special Forces professional soldiers are worthy of emulation and use in the spiritual arena to help heal his fellow veterans
Address: P O Box 796862 Dallas, Texas 75379-6862
Area Of Focus:Faith based ministry of Vietnam Veteran and Purple Heart recipient Allen B Clark addressing issues of Combat Operation Stress and PTS
Other:Allen Clark makes himself available through email for those wishing to make a connection, or address spiritual struggles and topics