When children reach the age of 18, they often think that the world is theirs. However, they have many decisions to make about their future.
By Wes O'Donnell
Founder and Creative Director of Warrior Lodge Media Group
20,250 of the 1.7 million Americans that experienced a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) last year served in the U.S. Military. If you or a loved one has experienced a TBI while serving there are some basic things you need to understand.
By Jennifer Bucholtz
Criminal Justice Faculty at American Military University
Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs) are considered the “invisible injury” of our men and women engaged in operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Though the physical damage that results from a TBI is not always apparent, the manifestation of other side effects is quite obvious. Unfortunately, countless military members who suffer one or more TBIs, while in combat, return stateside a distant variation of their former selves. Some, having been previously law-abiding citizens, turn to criminal behavior upon their return.