psychological problems stemming from his days as a prisoner of war. Dick decided to write this story for his daughters, that they might understand him better. You will occasionally see a side remark addressed to them. I did not remove these, as I wished the story to remain as he had written it. It was many years into our marriage before we ever heard the phrase Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Dick, along with the majority of his prisoner of war peers, suffered the remainder of their lives with this disorder. This diagnosis did answer many questions for us as a family. Dick remained in the service, retiring from the Army as a Chief Warrant Officer 3 in 1969. He had a second tour to Korea with KMAG (Korean Military Advisory Group) in 1967-1968.
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