Christopher Davidson is a Retired Sergeant First Class with 21 years Active Army service. Hailing from Central Maine, Christopher joined the Army in 1996 and had his first deployment in 1997 to Bosnia-Herzegovina with the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment in support of Operation Joint Guard Stabilization Forces. After his return home he was diagnosed with PTSD, Depression and Anxiety and started to heavily self-medicate. After his first enlistment he left the Army and tried to make it in the outside world with no success. Throughout his career, he held positions like; Platoon Sergeant, Microwave Team Chief, Dining Facility Manager, Recruiter and Culinary Arts Instructor. During all these position in his career he helped hundreds of soldiers with their lives and neglected his own. He became an addict to OxyContin, Hydrocodone, Percocet and many other medications.