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Brown was an E4 in the Army and served during the Gulf War in 1990-91 with the First Cavalry. He received two bronze service stars for his service, but while in Iraq he was exposed to chemicals that made him sick. In August of 1991 he was injured in a training accident and medically discharged. For 18 years he suffered with chronic pain, PTSD and an addiction to the pain relievers, muscle relaxants and antidepressants the doctors at his Veteran’s Affairs hospital kept prescribing him.

ARTICLES ABOUT CURTIS


longview news journal

Longview News-Journal

June 28th

Former East Texan's book aims to educate, help others with PTSD, drug dependence

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Fort Bend Star

October 18th

Gulf War veteran helping victims of PTSD and drug addictions with new book

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Fort Bend Star

January 23rd

Wounded warrior seeks funds for trip to Washington

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ABC

January 11th

PTSD: Programmed To Self Destruct - A book by veteran Curtis Brown

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