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American Heroes Network

American Heroes Network

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April 07th 2015:From Military Service To Prison Bars

Since 1975 nearly three times as many veterans have committed suicide than were killed in the war. The divorce rate amongst Vietnam veterans is above 90 percent. Between 40 and 60 percent of Vietnam combatants have persistent problems related to the war. The end result is that many have ended up behind bars of prisons here in the Land of The Free.

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Phillip Marcus Carter

National Chaplain Phillip Marcus Carter Although the Vietnam War officially ended in 1975, it still rages in the lives of thousands of veterans and their families. These lingering, internal battles are reflected in statistics: The end result is that many have ended up behind bars of prisons here in the Land of The Free. In August of 1970 Phillip Carter was inducted into the Army in answer to our countries call to stop Communist aggression in South Vietnam. After his tour of duty ended he endured years of agony from depression, fits of rage, emotional numbing, substance abuse, helplessness and prison. Currently Phillip is the national chaplain for the National Incarcerated Vet
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