PTSD or post tramatic stress disorder has always been a factor of war. Unfortunately that same PTSD can can cause issues in the civilian world as well. Vets have been known to cause lots of criminal actions including murder, assaults, drunk driving and many other offences. Around bases, sheriffs are forced to deal with those soldiers coming back from wars and causing trouble. Where as when the vets retire from the military their communities and them face an uncertain future. Employers are scared to hire vets because they might have PTSD. Vets complain about it but it won't do any good. Seeing action is no longer a badge of honor but a mark of disgrace in society. Even though society supports all of its vets they do so with trepidation because no one knows when the next Vet will snap. This past week we lost a good soldier in texas when he was shot at a gun range by a fellow vet. They were there as therapy for the guy since he had PTSD. Although now it seems gun ranges may no longer welcome vets because of the possibility of PTSD. Although honestly, being an exsoldier to a gun range who suffers from PTSD may not have been the smartest move on their part. Maybe a paintball range would have been safer. So what can be done?