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February 2017 – Issue 11

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November 2016 – Issue 8

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October 2016- Issue 7

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September 2016 – Issue 6

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August 2016 – Issue 5

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June 2016 – Issue 3

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April 2016 – Issue 1

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Sports Becoming Popular Therapy for Vets (U-T San Diego September 2014

“This guy,” said Travis Schneider, pointing toward the big brown eyes of his service dog, Gibbs, a white Labrador retriever.

And sports.

These two things have made Schneider’s life tolerable since he left the Navy in 2012. The former gunner’s mate lives with severe post-traumatic stress disorder and a mild brain injury after nine months in Iraq