"When Chris Fields was a command sergeant major, especially when heading 2nd Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, he developed quite a tough guy reputation.
He was blown up no less than 14 times during deployments. He's escaped the deadly sights of snipers. A Facebook page was recently erected in his honor, sharing Chuck Norris-esque tidbits such as "Chris Fields once beat the sun at a staring contest."
While the casing remained resilient and unflappable, few people were aware that a well-known, silent enemy threatened to dismantle Fields at the core. Though he didn't realize it, post traumatic stress disorder and the tribulations of combat where teaming up to turn him into somebody unrecognizable."
-Heather Clark, Fort Campbell Courier, May 17, 2012
Come and listen to Chris' testimony as he describes a life all too familiar with our combat veterans, his journey home, and his new mission serving those afflicted with trauma in Operation Restored Warrior.