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U.S. Army May 23
Hear from Pfc. Nathan Spencer, a scout with who shares how the has influenced his life. Video by
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U.S. Army May 23
Replying to @USArmy
How has serving impacted you?
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U.S. Army
To everyone who responded to this thread, thank you for sharing your story. Your stories are real, they matter, and they may help others in similar situations. The Army is committed to the health, safety, and well-being of our Soldiers.
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U.S. Army May 25
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As we honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice this weekend by remembering their service, we are also mindful of the fact that we have to take care of those who came back home with scars we can't see.
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U.S. Army May 25
Replying to @USArmy
If you or someone you know is in need of help, please call the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 (and press 1 to talk to someone NOW) or visit
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R.R. Washburn May 27
Replying to @USArmy
You don't put a band-aid on a gut wound - and calling that Hotline a "band-aid" is generous at best. You need to promise to take care of your vets or your "honor" for those who serve are just empty platitudes. Cut the crap.
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Olden Sloe May 27
Replying to @USArmy
If true, then restore my son's benefits that were wrongly taken from him after he was discharged for his behavior related to depression and ptsd. I gave the army an eager, patriotic and proud son and the army gave me a broken, depressed and suicidal man in return. So, so wrong!
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vijay banga May 28
Replying to @USArmy
Your words,' The Army is committed to the health, safety, and well-being of our Soldiers', sound hollow and fake, only action can correct and must be visible, so none has a chance to say one word.Women in US forces also need more safety..
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hunter May 27
Replying to @USArmy
Shut up
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Baphnedia May 27
Replying to @USArmy
To the question, "How has serving impacted you?" I found myself unable to reply. A hundred answers fought for 280 characters and a coherent answer was simply impossible. I am glad that others had their thoughts more collected than I did.
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Sam May 27
Replying to @USArmy
Sure, Jan. Y’all can barely treat those still enlisted with care and respect, let alone our veterans.
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GiraffeDodger May 28
Replying to @USArmy
I was raped, but I dont blame the whole Army for one monster. I'm lucky since my mental health was quickly addressed by the VA, and I was fairly compensated for my issues. Love to my brothers and sisters who havent been as fortunate as me.
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Kendra'sFight47 Jun 3
Replying to @GiraffeDodger @USArmy
I have been fighting for 2.5 yrs for justice. I do blame the army because they try to sweep it under the rug
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sad lad May 28
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Sign up at to get one free army outfit and possible trauma.
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LooLoo May 27
Replying to @USArmy
I had to plan my veterans funeral on Memorial Day because he took his life last week. The military let him down. Is America great yet?
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The Rockin' Donkey May 28
Replying to @USArmy
Empty promises
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JoeArea609 May 28
Replying to @USArmy
Army isn’t committed to shit.I have had veterans who served with my dad fly here hoping to be in pictures because they have been denied benefits. Watching them relive the tramua in slides. Sadly this has happened multiple times. Even with visual evidence benefits where rejected.
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Professor K-2SO ☭ May 28
Replying to @USArmy
Lol committed to health and safety. Good grief.
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SKY_WARR10R May 28
Replying to @USArmy
I served in the USAR in 1985 right before the Storm... Was one of the first Women to undergo Male Combat Basic Training. Many of my comrades served proudly & some are High Ranks. The Govt always knew what Soldiers were facing yet kept them in the dark. Then deny them medical care
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vijay banga May 28
Replying to @USArmy
It is most shocking, you never knew or cared to know what people suffered while in service but woke up suddenly to find out through Twitter as it has massive reach and capable of damaging your image.Commitment is only a ord,never applied.Pathetic
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Snorky fan account May 28
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