Rowing 3,000 miles across the Atlantic - Taming the Kraken. The Kraken is a poignant metaphor for PTS(D). It lives is the deep dark void and it destroys all it touches. Tying together .orgs from the UK, US, Canada & Australia who specialize in TBI and PTS(D) treatment and support.
    Develop a layman's curriculum on the causes, effects and best practice treatment options for TBI/PTS(D). Offer this education to a global network of volunteers who will agree to be the first line of defense against TBI/PTS(D) related challenges. Use CONNECT to bring everyone together.
    Activate and deploy a global network of "educated" volunteers who will seek out and engage those who are likely to or currently do struggle with TBI/PTS(D) challenges. Outreach & engagement followed by CONNECTION to those most qualified to help will save thousands of lives.
Our team comprises of world class clinicians and researchers, front line care givers and amazing people who have themselves struggled with one or both TBI & PTS. It is this team that will, with your help, give us and our extended network the tools they need to prevent suicide, incarceration, substance abuse, divorce and other challenges that copme with TBI *& PTS 
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Thank You...
    A Royal Marine veteran will row, yes row, a boat 3,000 miles to help us increase awareness about this debilitating problem that can be solved when we take the right approach. The Kraken came from the deep in the dark void - PTS(D) does the same.
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    Casey Alan Owens hailed from the Houston/Katy Texas. After 9/11 he felt a calling to fulfill his duty to God and country and joined the USMC. Casey served two combat deployments to Iraq and on September 20, 2004, Casey was hit by a double stacked IED. Casey suffered life threatening injuries resulting in the amputation of both legs, severe TBI and PTS(D). Even then Casey completed 3 Marine Corps Marathons and became a Para Skier. It was skiing where he felt most at peace and whole again. Casey finally succumbed to his injuries in October, 2014 and he will be sorely missed. RIP Marine.
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    I remember this tough Russian and boy was he tough. It was such a shock to lose him. He loved shooting and he outwardly seemed tough and in charge but, on the inside he was hurting. Rest well Art.
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    Combat Marine Husband and Father. Finally succumbed to PTS related illness. FYI PTS can kick your butt in many forms. "Christopher was an amazing son, husband, and father. He loved God, his country, and his family. He was the type of person you could talk to about anything, and he always found a solution to any problem. His jokes were ridiculous, but he could always bring a smile to anyone's face. He's the love of my life, and my hero. Nicole Yansky.
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    On March 28, 2014, LCpl Norman “Will” Price lost the battle, leaving behind family, friends and his Marine brothers and sisters—all of whom would have given anything to help him through the darkness.
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    Deborah entered this life on June 1, 1957 in Dinuba, California and entered into rest on January 4, 2016 in San Diego, California at the age of 58 years. Deborah enjoyed her career as a Family Nurse Practitioner, working at Balboa Naval Medical Center, serving in the USNR for 18 years and aboard the USNS Mercy. She was recalled to active duty serving at the Naval Medical center in San Diego in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Deborah had a great sense of style!!! She was known for always looking so put together in just the right way. She loved to travel and had a heightened sense of adventure. She will be missed by her very large family.
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    Sgt Dillion Naslund grew up on the family farm in rural northwest Iowa raising cattle, doing daily chores and fixing fences. At the age of 17 Dillion, a junior in highschool joined the Iowa Army National Guard. Dillon served honorably during two combat tours, once to Iraq and then to Afghanistan after which he returned carrying the invisible wounds of war. On Dec 10th, 2012 after months of flashbacks and nightmares it had all become to much for him to bear and he ended his life alone on an Iowa gravel road leaving behind his parents, two sisters, eight nieces and nephews which he adored. RIP Dillon

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