We began shortly after the death of Cpl. Chad Eric Oligschlaeger, USMC, when we found out that he was not the only one to die at the hands of the military doctors.
Our organization is formed from many of Chad’s dearest friends, his parents, family members, veterans, and numerous volunteers.
Our plight is that there will come a day in the United States that PTSD will be recognized by the government, the military, and the American people as the tragedy of war it is.
And then, all of the military men and women who have been causalities of this Hidden Wound will be given the honor and recognition they have earned.