TBI PTSD airborne soldier-

I had a pretty overwhelming  situation occur to me during  my airbourn  at ft. Benning Georgia.  As I came down I looked at the airborne sargean who yelled at me pull a left slip and then after a couple seconds he yells 2 times extremely loud pull more pull more.  I followed wht he said to me and as I came down i was watching the direction and when i landed or made contact with the ground, i hit so hard i never felt myself even make impact with ground.. all i remember all.black  in my eyes and no feeling, no movement. I had this moment when I was able to start opening my eyelids  slowly and i dont remember getting up at all.  I remember being asked if i was ok by the sargeant airborne, and i made the biggest mistake of my military service by having felt the anger and anguish of everyone injured and especially the hardest moment for me that causes me to push harder  was wtching people jump from the top of the trade towers knowing that they didnt have a choice but i did and i didnt want to fail, so i lied to the airnorne sargeant and told him i was ok but i really wasnt because my knee was swollen with massive amount of fluid.  Worse yet i had a battalian run the next day and i knew it was going to be rough for me to run on the knee.  I have no memories of any part of the day before, or the rest of the day either. I took 4500mg of motrin the next morning to help the swollen knee and i did t have a wrap to keep it tightn
The run wasnt good.  It wore me out bad and my knee hury very bad and was very very loose feeling.
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