Christopher Stoughton is 50% disabled, suffering from intense PTSD due to his active combat duties. Joining the Army, Chris followed in a strong family tradition of service where his father, mother and older brother, as well as numerous other members of his extended family, served in the United States military. His strong sense of honor and the desire to help others took him to Afghanistan in 2009 where he immediately was thrust into combat.
Chris fought hard and honorably and was awarded numerous medals, among them being the Afghanistan Campaign Medal with Campaign Star, the Army Good Conduct Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, the Army Service Ribbon, the NATO Service Medal and his Combat Infantry Badge.
Unfortunately, Chris’ time in the Army led him to where he is today…