Clothing line to benefit veterans with PTSD

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Tech. Sgt. Jim Lewis has crossed paths with veterans and active duty service members living with post-traumatic stress disorder during his service with the U.S. Air Force.

In getting to know service members who had PTSD on a deployment a few years back, the Duluth resident realized that many veterans organizations address the physical wounds from combat, but few focus only on PTSD caused by combat.

Lewis, who has served for nearly 19 years and currently works for the ROTC at the University of Minnesota Duluth, is using his passion for helping people to launch a clothing line called The Silent Battle to bring awareness and raise money to help local veterans with PTSD.

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