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Although the COVID-19 pandemic led to the cancellation of this year's Golden Age Games, VA came up with an at-home version, and three of our local Veterans showed they got the right stuff and then some.
Kim "Mick" Michalowski never forgot his dog, Hobo, from Vietnam. Leaving him to go stateside was one of the worst days of his life. He got a surprise last week, when an old Air Force buddy found photos of the two.
Brooke Milbocker didn't see combat, but a sexual assault while she was in the Marines led to a downward spiral in her life. Even though the person was convicted, it left her with years of traumatic memories.
"To this day, it's hard for me to sit by a campfire. That wood starts to burn and I hear the snapping and cracking … " Military memories of death still haunt George Koerner, but PTSD help at the Milwaukee VA is helping.
Randy Zemel lived his life after the military without giving much thought to his combat time. It was only after his civilian retirement, the PTSD wounds of war were reopened. He got help at the Milwaukee VA.