Adam Pittman, 30, plays with his children Mackinzie, 3, and Cole, 10, at his home in Lillington, North Carolina. Pittman has severe post traumatic stress disorder and suffered a traumatic head injury when his Bradley Fighting Vehicle was struck by a roadside bomb during his second Iraq tour.
Adam Pittman, 30, plays with his children Mackinzie, 3, and Cole, 10, at his home in Lillington, North Carolina. Pittman has severe post traumatic stress disorder and suffered a traumatic head injury when his Bradley Fighting Vehicle was struck by a roadside bomb during his second Iraq tour. Travis Long/Raleigh News & Observer/MCT
Adam Pittman, 30, plays with his children Mackinzie, 3, and Cole, 10, at his home in Lillington, North Carolina. Pittman has severe post traumatic stress disorder and suffered a traumatic head injury when his Bradley Fighting Vehicle was struck by a roadside bomb during his second Iraq tour. Travis Long/Raleigh News & Observer/MCT

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