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Home Sherry Fanara, provider resiliency trainer and licensed professional counselor for Blanchfield Army Community Hospital hands a PTSD Awareness shirt to Angie Summers, a registered nurse in BACH’s Same Day Surgery June 25, 2014 to help promote PTSD awareness. BACH staff members are encouraged to wear their t-shirts on National PTSD Awareness Day Friday, June 27. (U.S Army photo by Stacy Rzepka) Sherry Fanara, provider resiliency trainer and licensed professional counselor for Blanchfield Army Community Hospital hands a PTSD Awareness shirt to Angie Summers, a registered nurse in BACH’s Same Day Surgery June 25, 2014 to help promote PTSD awareness. BACH staff members are encouraged to wear their t-shirts on National PTSD Awareness Day Friday, June 27. (U.S Army photo by Stacy Rzepka)

Sherry Fanara, provider resiliency trainer and licensed professional counselor for Blanchfield Army Community Hospital hands a PTSD Awareness shirt to Angie Summers, a registered nurse in BACH’s Same Day Surgery June 25, 2014 to help promote PTSD awareness. BACH staff members are encouraged to wear their t-shirts on National PTSD Awareness Day Friday, June 27. (U.S Army photo by Stacy Rzepka)

Sherry Fanara, provider resiliency trainer and licensed professional counselor for Blanchfield Army Community Hospital hands a PTSD Awareness shirt to Angie Summers, a registered nurse in BACH’s Same Day Surgery June 25, 2014 to help promote PTSD awareness. BACH staff members are encouraged to wear their t-shirts on National PTSD Awareness Day Friday, June 27. (U.S Army photo by Stacy Rzepka)

Sherry Fanara, provider resiliency trainer and licensed professional counselor for Blanchfield Army Community Hospital hands a PTSD Awareness shirt to Angie Summers, a registered nurse in BACH’s Same Day Surgery June 25, 2014 to help promote PTSD awareness. BACH staff members are encouraged to wear their t-shirts on National PTSD Awareness Day Friday, June 27.

Wanda Jobe, a contractor who works on Fort Campbell, accepts a PTSD Awareness Day shirt and asks Samantha Rogers, from Military Pathways, questions about PTSD resources June 25, 2014 at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital. “I think that I may have an undiagnosed case of PTSD myself and I am working through my own issues,” said Jobe. “Hopefully this information will help me work through what I’m going though and maybe I can use it to help my friends.” (U.S Army photo by Stacy Rzepka)