Supply Crate – Kaitlyn
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Today's update came from Veteran Kaitlyn, who served when Don't Ask, Don't Tell was in effect. We want all Veterans who were affected by D.A.D.T. to know that you are welcome with us, and please use any of our gaming and mental health programs as you need.
I served 7 years with one tour to Iraq in 2011. I have a permanent and total disability rating of 90% and I am Unemployable. I served when 'Don't Ask, Don't tell' was still implemented. I was put under investigation and my career was tainted by this experience. In addition to that I served in Baghdad where I had little to no support. I was often bullied by other members of the military. I served a total of 7 years, Honorably before being deemed unfit for duty due to my mental health. I struggle to find affordable hobbies and activities at home to keep me from feeling hopeless and useless. My spouse works night shifts which is when I struggle the most. I'm often lonely at night, when outdoor activities are not possible or safe. I've never been able to afford consoles and all the required accessories. Please consider me for a crate. Thank you so much
If you put that uniform on, we're here for you at the end of the day. Just like we are here for Kaitlyn. We pulled together a Supply Crate of an Xbox Series Console thanks to the sponsorship of Analog_Amber.
Thank You ALL! I'm so excited to play some games!
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