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TNAV "Invisible Wound" and Persian Gulf War Resource Center

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TNAV's purpose is to talk about veteran transition, raising awareness of issues, challenges and resources - and to encourage veterans to get active within their communities, creating an environment that welcomes and integrates returning veterans.

Diana Veseth-Nelson, is a Military Spouse and Veterans advocate. Her husband, Army Captain (RET) Adrian Veseth-Nelson returned from combat a decorated hero with three bronze stars for Valor, and a thousand yard stare. Discovering a desperate and shared need in the Veteran community to provide a voice for those suffering from the invisible wounds of war, they founded Invisible Wound. As Executive Director of Invisible Wound, Diana’s focus is to work on healing, reconnection and relief for those suffering in silence. Invisible Wound is currently working towards implementing a retreat and continued care model, providing Veterans and their families with real solutions for treating the Veteran and the families of those who served.

Ronald E. Brown, President National Gulf War Resource Center:
Ron enlisted in the US Army in 1989. He served in two combat tours, Operation Just Cause and Operations Desert Shield & Desert Storm, while he was assigned to the C co 1/504th Parachute Infantry Regiment based in Ft. Bragg, North Carolina. He was inspired to commit his time to helping other veterans as a result of his own 13 year long claims battle with the Veterans Benefits Administration, after he was honorably discharged.


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