Real Warriors Campaign Sgt. Maj. Chandler

Service members of any rank or service may experience combat stress or other invisible wounds as a result of deployment. By reaching out for care, warriors can maintain successful careers and learn important coping tools. Sgt. Maj. Chandler, the senior most enlisted service member in the U.S. Army, experienced combat stress following deployment to Iraq. With the support of his command, Sgt. Maj. Chandler reached out for the care he needed and continues to excel in his career.


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