War hero demands better mental health services for veterans after PTSD caused breakdown
The Express UK
By MICHAEL KNOWLES, DAILY EXPRESS SECURITY CORRESPONDENT
Mar 9, 2020
“I could go and see the doctor, for six months, if I was lucky and she could fit me in once a week. But that was only four sessions a month, so 24 sessions in total. That doesn’t even get through all the trauma of one tour.”
Ex-Colour Sergeant Trevor Coult and his son(Image: https://twitter.com/TrevorCoultMC)
He witnessed numerous friends get killed or sustain horrific injuries during a brutal three tours in Afghanistan. Mr Coult was awarded the third-highest military honour for bravery for fighting off suicide bombers and gunmen who ambushed his convoy in Baghdad, Iraq, in 2005.
Mr Coult then survived eight bomb blasts and 76 enemy engagements during three operational tours of Afghanistan.
But he attempted to kill himself by driving his car into a wall.
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