The Crossroads of Special Operations

Tuesday, June 22, 2021

A Marine special operator’s fragmented legacy: Blast, impact, trauma, and everything that comes after | Task & Purpose

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For 17 years, British Pvt. Alfred Day has been suffering from a traumatic brain injury after various explosive experiences. Specifically, the explosion of a trench mortar shell a mere five yards from his head left him bleeding near the river Somme. According to him, the experience is still unexplainable, not by physics or any other sciences. But the suffering doesn’t end with the physical damages as it also affects the emotional part. According to him, the aftermath is the hardest part, especially when you can no longer do the things you used to do.

Source: https://taskandpurpose.com/opinion/traumatic-brain-injury-military/

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