Jan. 27: This Marine's death came after he served in Iraq

  • Article by: Kevin Giles , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 29, 2007 - 3:54 PM

When Jonathan Schulze came home from Iraq, he tried to live a normal life. But the war kept that from happening.

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aw2soldierJan. 11, 09 7:11 PM

The "Veteran" Administration dropped the ball again. The blase' treatment that can happen there.... is a disrespect for the loyal and faithful service of the military that uses their services. And we are at war and still receive such incompetence and apathy towards the hero's that train and go to war and sacrifice their lives on behalf of all of us. I honor you, Jonathan Schulze for the loyal and faithful service you tendered to your country. Your country is grateful to have had you wear your uniform and bear the scars of war. I agree with your father: "You are a delayed casualty of the Iraq war," and may you rest in peace. God bless your family. To those Soldiers who have TBI or PTSD or depression and are thinking of killing yourself: I encourage you to call a suicide hot line or to go to the VA and seek help and don't forget to remind them of the rules that you have to be treated immediately. Don't be proud seek help for yourself. Your death is just too hard on your family.... don't end your life .... 'cause we are glad you survived the war and are safe back at home. No matter what your body now looks like or what problems you may have.... we, your fellow Soldiers, love you. Welcome home and we thank you for your service!

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