JT Witmer looks at how the military should prioritize ex-military mental health in new book, ‘Bronze Star To Dishonor’

Writer and former military officer JT Witmer, raises awareness about the mental health of military veterans in “Bronze Star to Dishonor: The Dirty Secret the Military Does Not Want You to Know”.

JT Witmer is doing his part to ensure the next generation of veterans and ex-servicemen can get quality mental health care during and after service with “Bronze Star To Dishonor,” a tell-all book about the state of the army from the perspective of Tom, the protagonist.

Like many ex-military Tom started serving in the military with pride, he always hints that his military days will forever be his proudest. He made multiple combat tours and carried out his duties without hesitation. However, Tom seemed to have given too much and that included his sanity. He suffered from severe symptoms of PTSD and soon discovered that not only was the military unwilling to help him, but he could also get in trouble if he sought help. It was only a matter of time before Tom fell on the wrong side of the law and became a criminal.

Without a doubt, a person’s mental health remains one of the most important aspects of their life. Despite this, he continues to attract relatively little attention, beyond political speaking points. The author’s passion for this subject is understandable. The battles for sanity are bad enough for the average civilian who has not gone through the rigors of war and survival. Predictably, military personnel suffered the worst consequences, with many left without a path to redemption. JT Witmer seeks to address the subject by publishing Bronze Star To Dishonor.

In “Bronze Star To Dishonor,” JT Witmer draws on his experience as a former military officer who spent more than three decades in the National Guard, Army Reserves, and active duty. The author doesn’t just discuss the issues, he also offers solutions the military can use to ensure that simple battle scars don’t become mental scars for military personnel.

Bronze Star To Dishonor is available on Amazon in eBook, Paperback, and Hardcover formats for interested readers around the world.

For more information on Bronze Star To Dishonor and other works by JT Witmer, visit – https://jtwitmerbooks.com/.

About JT Witmer

JT Witmer joined the Army at age 17, spending most of the next 30 years in the National Guard, Army Reserves, or active duty. He wrote a sci-fi play that found its way into the attic at age 14 before fulfilling his dream of being an Army pilot. However, the writing bug hit him after he left the military, and he almost immediately started writing after finding his long-lost book in the attic.

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