Reintegration for Soldiers Continues

Wyoming Army National Guard Major Leon Chamberlain
Wyoming Army National Guard Major Leon Chamberlain

It has been a little over two months since members of the Wyoming Army National Guard's 115th Fires Brigade returned from their year long deployment in Kuwait and Iraq. That deployment was the largest in Wyoming's history as 751 soldiers from the Cowboy State were part of the mission.

Members from the 115th Fires Brigade held an informative meeting Wednesday night at the Sheridan College CTEL, and one topic that was addressed was soldier reintegration.

That's Major Leon Chamberlain, who is the Behavioral Health Officer for the 115th Fires Brigade. Chamberlain says that they have witnessed some behavior that warrants attention.

Friends and family members are encouraged to get involved in the reintegration process.

Chamberlain said that there are numerous outlets that soldiers and their families can turn to for assistance if they need it. You can contact Military One Source at 1-800-342-9647 or the Sheridan VA Medical Center at 307-672-3473.

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