Home of the Brave

Apartment operators donate money and materials to help veterans struggling with PTSD.

Red, purple and green starbursts exploded in the sky, children waving miniature American flags under the canopy of embers.

But while the majority of Americans were celebrating the Fourth of July with hot dogs, fireworks and The Star-Spangled Banner this summer, Samuel Askins saw bombs bursting in air.

The U.S. Army Infantryman spent 545 days in Iraq. During his deployment, he suffered a concussion in an explosion that eventually triggered Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

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