Tony McNally
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Tony McNally

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ANTHONY MCNALLY is a decorated former British Royal Artillery soldier who saw active service in the 1982 Falklands War—credited with shooting down two enemy aircraft with SAM missiles. After being diagnosed with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), he began writing about his experiences. This led to his successful writing career and his true-life book “Still Watching Men Burn Fighting the PTSD war,” plus his acclaimed trauma and World War One poetry book “Screaming in Silence.” Internationally recognised for his tireless campaigning for better treatment and understanding of veterans with mental health problems, he is highly sought after by the press and media worldwide to give his views on the subject. Many in the psychiatric world hailed him as a pioneer after he bravely spoke out about mental health when PTSD was an unknown and taboo subject within the British Armed Forces and veteran community. Living in the tranquil English Lake District with his wife Linda and his two Labrador dogs, Anthony continues to write his best-selling books. Tony has now published his latest book, “1982 Ragnarök.”
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