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COURTESY STAFF SGT. ROBERT A. HAM Courtesy Staff Sgt. Robert A. Ham
Staff Sgt. Robert A. Ham's award-winning minidocumentary "Level Black -- PTSD and the War at Home" focuses on Staff Sgt. Billy Caviness, a Schofield Barracks soldier who developed post-traumatic stress disorder after he was badly wounded in Afghanistan two years ago. Caviness displays the shrapnel doctors removed from his body.
COURTESY STAFF SGT. ROBERT A. HAM Billy Caviness wife, Tina.
COURTESY STAFF SGT. ROBERT A. HAM Billy takes a number of prescription medications, above, and is in the Warrior Transition Battalion at Schofield Barracks.
COURTESY STAFF SGT. ROBERT A. HAM In “Level Black — PTSD?and the War at Home,” Staff?Sgt. Billy Caviness and his wife, Tina, are honest in their description of Billy’s struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder.