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A SPOUSE'S COMMITMENT

A SPOUSE'S COMMITMENT
Army Sgt. John Tomsich and his wife, Catrina, play with their son, Brayden, in a play area at the Warrior and Family Support Center in San Antonio, Nov. 10, 2011. Tomsich came to Brooke Army Medical Center for treatment for a spinal injury. Catrina Tomsich put her business on hold to join him and urged him to get tested for post-traumatic stress disorder. Doctors confirmed the diagnosis and she has remained with him on Fort Sam Houston as his caregiver.
DOD photo by Linda Hosek

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