US Army

When I Joined the Army, I was in great shape.    As stated in my letter 6-16-2011, The following happened to me During AIT Qualification course @ the end of the training to graduate. After I had been taken, a prisoner of war, and escaped, I had a head injury. While running to safety, I became estranged from my teammate, Reco Heighten, separating off. I had become terrified, running from the area. It was night time out. I was exhausted,  with bad feet. I spotted the edge of the cliff and stopped by sliding and falling backward Hitting my head. After, what seemed only a few minutes I became aware of someone walking up to me, Placing their feet two up to my two shoulders, as I laid on my back. Then a rat crawled up on my leg and upon to my chest. I then realised the person standing behind me had not moved any further. After I had summed up all my strength, I looked around. I got up and was very confused that they person had vanished.  I started to head into the area where we had been doing the four-day Course to no one around. I stopped at a couple of the fire barrels. They were cold. I had somehow lost 4 or so hours. After 30 minutes of running, I found the Road. Soon a lone truck spotted me. My Sargent was Real mad because he could not come into the base until all his men, could be accounted for as found. On the way back in that night, I would have my first Freezing experience. I feel as if I am about to go into higher thermic. My lungs in-Image (555)_copyTurn barely work. The headaches start right after. With pressure, like a cap placed on my head. Only Walking seem to help. I had been Raped as a teenage kid by a Marine before joining the service @ 15. When I went to the POW camp, I became Confused. I ran and hit my head. I have been depressed and afraid ever since then. With my advanced age, I am afraid to leave my house 90% of the time. The headaches come and go. I must start to move to get relief. By the time I Got out of the service in Dec 1973, I could feel nothing except headaches. I have tried for five years to get a copy of my Dental Outpatient care. I had 2 Root canal,  without any form of Medicine. This record could be used to show that I was very sick, and no one noticed. Because of my childhood, I learned not to complain. The dentist said he had never heard of anyone doing use a thing before.    Donnie Harold Harris. 5-20-2015


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