Unique program fills gap for veterans
The young man maintained the watchful attitude of a soldier, quietly nodding at those who greeted him, all the while keeping his young charge – a 14 month old female golden retriever named Ruby – in check.
Tyler Craft doesn’t show it, but he’s a veteran of the Iraq war, “blown up,” as he describes it, in 2004. Craft is one of more than 60,000 veterans disabled in Iraq and Afghanistan; 300,000 diagnosed with post traumatic stress; and 5,000 who are amputees.
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