Victor G. Tate Jr., SPC, Arlene Tate, SGT & Donovan Tate

Consultants - Advocates

Mother & Son Duo suffering from PTSD to earning their degrees in Social work, They are consultants from Colorado to California The Alliance House. 

Victor G. Tate & Arlene Tate

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Front & Back of coin, you only got it if you were in Bosnia

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Girl in Bosnia

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It was then that I noticed this little girl about eleven years old trailing us at a safe distance.  She wore a yellow head tie on her head, a pretty flowered colored skirt and a pink shirt. She didn't look to dirty so I figured she must not be homeless. At any rate she kept following us everytime we stopped to look at something or take pictures, she would pause too.  I took the moment and managed to get a picture of her. She even smiled at me.  I got to thinking how lucky we were as Americans living free.

Arlene Tate, Sgt

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This Picture is in Bosnia, when I saw the little girl.


That Deployment left me with a deep sense of loss... I was sexually harassed.  I was afraid that I would die at the hands of a land mine... placed in the roads to hurt soldiers.  I had nightmares because we carried our weapons and gas masks... and hoped I would never have to use it... Units lost soldiers. To suicide... and land mines...


Twenty years later I'm under the care of a team of psychiatrics... psychologists... for PTSD...


For the love of country I remain hopeful.


Arlene L. Tate

Sgt.

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Proud to be a father

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Victor G Tate Jr., SPC & Donovan Xavier Tate

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Donovan was 17 when his father, Victor, died. Victor died 2 weeks after this picture was taken.

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Fort Logan in Denver, CO

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Donovan Xavier Tate

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Colorado State University

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Acceptance letter from Colorado State University Maters Degree program In Social Work. Dated February, 2016

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Arlene L. Tate & Donovan Xavier Tate

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