“I was in the deepest, darkest, hell hole,” says Nerove.
In the early 1990s she was injured in Dessert Storm and then returned to combat in Iraq in 2008.
“Similar environment. More rockets, bombs, bullets, and bodies,” says Nerove.
Eventually her post traumatic stress disorder became so bad that she had to be Medevaced out.
“It got so bad that I couldn’t even tell the difference between tents and buildings,” says Nerove.
She still jumps at the sound of a plane landing at nearby Reagan National.
Nerove is part of the Caisson Platoon Equine Assisted Program at Fort Myers.
“Through this program, I have learned that I can do anything. If I can guide a horse, I can guide my life,” says Nerove.
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by Tactical-Life.com / Oct 14, 2011