I was told today by someone I have known for a good 24 yrs, a mate of his was having serious ptsd problems. He himself, decided that if he went back to Vietnam, to the place that caused this nightmare, it would help him. He stayed about a month trying to help the vietnamese farmers and locals in ways he could thinking it would help him by seeing a new side to it all. Then he came back home here. The person who told me about it said, he was bad before, got this idea into his head and took off. Now, and he just shook his head. Didnt think he could get any worse, but he sure has. And like other wars, they rewrote the history of it in their books to suit themselves.
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