Craig F. Walker
The Denver Post
"WELCOME HOME: THE STORY OF SCOTT OSTROM
After punching a hole in his bedroom door, Scott panics in his living room. "My PTSD comes from long exposure to combat trauma," Scott said. "I think it comes from the fact that I survived. That wasn't my plan. It's an honor to die for my country, but I made it home." Scott said that being diagnosed with PTSD "means I have nightmares every night. It means I'm hyper-vigilant -- It means I have no fuse and if I get attacked, I'm going to kill. …I don't want to feel this way."