A CNN correspondent reported, "I think he has nightmares about how he's going to support his family and how he's going to feed his family. By the way he's not alone. I work at the center for investigative reporting and a reporter there has reported that average way disability adjudication is 9 months. he's no better shape than any other vet in that regard except he's got, as you put it the nightmares but those are the nightmares, taking care of his family"
We wanted to know
if that was also true here in the Stateline so we met up with Adam Abdul, a
former soldier deployed in
Abdul says he worries about the
soldiers the president says will be coming home from
But Abdul adds his experience with veteran's services here in the Stateline has mostly been positive, as long as vets recognize what help they need. Adding that the identification process is the hardest