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The Office of Naval Research is co-funding an affordable, hi-tech solution that could help prevent PTSD and save billions in medical costs.
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Photo: Joe Townsend, a British Royal Marine veteran, swims a timed 50-meter freestyle during the first day of practice at the Marine Corps Trials on Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb. 26, 2013. Townsend is competing in cycling, swimming and track and field after placing in many events last year. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Tyler L. Main

Joe Townsend, a British Royal Marine veteran, swims a timed 50-meter freestyle during the first day of practice at the Marine Corps Trials on Camp Pendleton, CA on Feb. 26, 2013.
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The Exalted Warrior Adaptive Yoga program continues to provide an alternative therapy for troops at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, Va.
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George “Noel” Crawford, discusses “flashbacks” that he would have as a result of serving in the Vietnam War.
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CMSgt. Richard Simonsen came back from Afghanistan a changed man. Recognizing he couldn’t cope with his feelings alone, he sought help and was ultimately diagnosed with PTSD.
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