Vet Fights PTSD with Adaptive Sports

Air Force veteran Steve Otero joined the military right out of high school. He chose to become a combat photographer and spent more than eleven years documenting the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, often assigned to elite special forces units. After being exposed to many small explosions during his career, Otero eventually needed five surgeries to remove scar tissue from his abdomen. He was also diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury about a month after leaving the Air Force. But he says it was his PTSD that really ended his military care. For more information please visit otero

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