PTSD help for Schofield soldier vowed
Frustration over Army bureaucracy had led the man to go AWOL
By William Cole
Apr 10, 2012
A Schofield Barracks soldier and four-time Iraq War veteran who refused to report for duty because he said he wasn't receiving help for post-traumatic stress has been promised by the Army that he'll get medical treatment and other assistance.
"I feel good about what they said so far," said Sgt. Daniel McCarley, 28. "But until something actually happens, then I'll be good, because I've heard talk the whole time I've been trying to get treatment."
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