Counseling student & Iraq veteran Jeff Hensley speaks to the value of military families

“While the service member fights overseas, his or her family fights their own war at home. It's a war against loneliness and heartache, anxiety and fear. Every deployment is a new battle in the long fight to hold the family together. The more they sacrifice, the more isolated they feel from countrymen who have almost no understanding of the struggles they face.”

Read the full article at the Huffington Post: Hidden Heroes: Military Families

"Jeff Hensley spent 21 years as a fighter pilot in the United States Navy. He completed two combat deployments to Iraq before deciding to pursue his Master's in mental health counseling from the University of North Texas. Jeff will graduate this year and plans to work with other veterans. He also serves as a spokesman for Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America."