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    Surviving PTSD with the Wounded Warriors Project’s help

    Life after the war was rough for Dan Miller, a Marine Corps Veteran. Had it not been for the Wounded Warriors project, Miller would’ve died with a broken heart and a bullet through his head. Miller, a 29 year veteran, credited the Wounded Warriors Project for saving his life, in his speech made at Queens College on Nov. 1. In a room filled with veterans, Miller spoke of the WWP pamphlet that he saw lying around in his car as he was about to pull the trigger and end all of his misery. His curiosity to learn more about WWP was aroused by a pamphlet that featured the cover photo…