Two completely different military career paths: one, a Lieutenant General who served over 30 years as an Army Infantry officer, the other an enlisted Infantry Marine who served four years, with two overseas deployments to combat zones. Both brought together though, by their experiences and unique perspectives serving multiple combat tours. Now retired, Lieutenant General “Burke” Garrett would go on to become the Executive Advisor to the Emory Healthcare Veterans Program, a nationally renowned program that provides transformative care for veterans suffering from PTSD and TBI. Tim Banik, the Marine, would become close friends with General Garrett while he was immersed in the intensive outpatient Emory program, after struggling for years with PTSD. Together they continue to help others who are struggling with the invisible wounds of war. Hear their story on this Veterans Day edition of HAZARD GROUND!

Emory Healthcare Veterans Program

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