Yard signs remind Fourth of July revelers about PTSD in combat veterans

An Indiana-based nonprofit has come up with a way to help combat veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder that is often triggered by Fourth of July fireworks.

The sign was designed by retired  U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Jon Dykes to help veterans with anxiety associated with loud celebrations during the holiday. Dykes posted the sign to his Facebook account where it later came to the attention of the nonprofit group 'Military With PTSD."

We are taking donations to fund the shipping of the free signs to the vets on the waiting list. If you are a vet then...

Posted by Military with PTSD on Sunday, June 28, 2015

According to FOX 13, the organization has made about 2,500 signs this year.

To register for a free sign, click here.

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