Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a debilitating mental health condition that affects many Army veterans. The experiences of combat and witnessing traumatic events can leave lasting emotional scars. PTSD is characterized by intrusive memories, nightmares, flashbacks, and intense emotional distress related to the traumatic event. Veterans may also suffer from hypervigilance, avoiding triggers, and experiencing a sense of detachment. This condition can impair daily functioning, strain relationships, and lead to depression and anxiety. Treatment options for PTSD include therapy, medication, and support groups. It is crucial to raise awareness about PTSD, provide accessible mental health services, and foster a supportive environment for veterans to heal and regain control of their lives.