Jack Riley was the subject of an ALL MARINE RADIO BATTLEFIELD STUDY that took a detailed look at the fight his squad participated in on March 30, 1967 known as The Battle of Getlin’s Corner. In a follow up interview Jack fields questions from listeners about the battle and the initial interview.
Jack answers questions about the following subjects:
- Why did you receive no fire support during the battle?
- What happened to the Battalion Commanding Officer and the Operations Officer as a result of the battle?
- How did you deals with your own PTSD in an age that didn’t recognize the diagnosis?
- When did you have your first reunion? How did you find guys in your unit, there was no internet?
- Did alcohol and drugs take a heavy toll on your Marines after they returned home from Vietnam?
- What PTSD/mental health advice do you give veterans?
Jack Riley is a Post-Traumatic Winner, he embodies the selflessness that takes people from coexisting with trauma to winning.
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