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bradleybaei: When the Dunklees learned that the Warrior Transition Unit was closing, they knew they wanted to continue their mission. They didnt have to wait long before a peer specialist contacted them about bringing the program to Columbia. Though not...

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When the Dunklees learned that the Warrior Transition Unit was closing, they knew they wanted to continue their mission. They didnt have to wait long before a peer specialist contacted them about bringing the program to Columbia. Though not associated with the VA, the Dunklees have offered guitar lessons at the hospital for one year and taught 48 veterans to play the guitar. Nice words Decades have passed since most of the veterans in the program served in war, but Dunklee said the pain for many never has fully subsided. The thoughts and memories of war and pain are replaced when they start playing the guitar, he said. We had a veteran tell us not too long ago that every time he comes to class, he sees a chalkboard of things that happened to him in battle and Nice sentiments when he starts to play the guitar, he starts seeing somebody erase the list from the top down, Dunklee said. Earlier this year, Vietnam War veteran Joe Finnell, 68, of Centralia, came to the hospital for an appoint

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When the Dunklees learned that the Warrior Transition Unit was closing, they knew they wanted to continue their mission. They didnt have to wait long before a peer specialist contacted them about bringing the program to Columbia. Though not associated with the VA, the Dunklees have offered guitar lessons at the hospital for one year and taught 48 veterans to play the guitar. Nice words Decades have passed since most of the veterans in the program served in war, but Dunklee said the pain for many never has fully subsided. The thoughts and memories of war and pain are replaced when they start playing the guitar, he said. We had a veteran tell us not too long ago that every time he comes to class, he sees a chalkboard of things that happened to him in battle and Nice sentiments when he starts to play the guitar, he starts seeing somebody erase the list from the top down, Dunklee said. Earlier this year, Vietnam War veteran Joe Finnell, 68, of Centralia, came to the hospital for an appoint

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