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Yes and Thank you for your sacrifice  in helping me stay free.

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Hello this is not the best place to reach me. Best place it and my phone number is 502 650 1161

My phone was stolen last night, will get that taken care of, sorry I missed and hope we help again.
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No worries, Scott - I'll create a heading for you in our directory and keep you in mind for future segments.  Thanks for getting back to me!

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Blogger, freelance writer
  • Heroes Fallen Studios, Inc.
    Writer, 2012 - present
  • PTSD: A Soldier's Perspective
    Founder, 2007 - present
  • Veterans' PTSD Project
    Director, 2013 - present
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Louisville, KY since
St. George Utah & Louisville - Bamberg Germany, Utah, Kentucky, Georgia
Combat PTSD Blogger
Scott Lee is an Army veteran and blogger who writes about veteran’s issues and PTSD. He was a Mechanized Infantry driver on point for the 3rd brigade of the 1st Armored Division in the First Gulf War. 

Recently as a freelance writer he joined the staff of Heroes Fallen Studios, Inc. interviewing Korean War veterans for a graphic novel project commissioned by the Department of Defense.
  • University of Louisville
    social work, psychology, sociology
  • Jefferson Community and Technical College, Associates in Arts
    psychology, sociology, 2007
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