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No One Understands a Warfighter
Better Than Another Warfighter
Warfighters will tell you that no one understands what they are going through better than another Warfighter. Many Warfighters miss war. Warfighter, Boone Cutler, wrote, "I just wanted to go back to war. I obsessed over videos from war. I was homesick for war. It was a deep longing for the life I missed. War. It was the last place I felt comfortable. War. War. War."
The sights, sounds, and smells of war cannot be unseen or undone. Many Warfighters feel alone following their service. It is the mission of Loving My Veteran to make sure every Veteran knows they matter and they are not alone.
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Message from Jeremy
You Are Not Alone
My name is Jeremy Insetta and I am a veteran of the U.S. Army. I served in both 2nd and 3rd Brigades of the 82nd Airborne Division in the infantry. While I was at Fort Bragg there was a crash at Green Ramp that killed some friends while my unit was in the field, and on October 27, 1995, while sitting on a tarmac in Panama, Sgt, Kreutzer opened fire on the 2nd BCT killing our Brigade XO and wounding many others. During my time as a paratrooper, I suffered a traumatic brain injury and was nearly crushed when my hummer rolled, thank God for the TOW Missile System which saved my life. I lost many friends to training accidents, car accidents, and tragically, suicide. I witnessed firsthand how desensitized guys can be when it came to death. I have spent my entire adult life in service whether in the military or criminal justice. I have two beautiful children and beautiful wife to be. I deal everyday with PTSD, Anxiety, and Depression. My message to you is that it is okay to talk about what you did/saw, it is okay to let it out, it is okay to cry. It is okay to be you no matter what.