Tony McNally

Tony McNally

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Anthony McNally is a decorated former British Royal Artillery soldier known for his service in the Falklands War. Credited with shooting down two enemy aircraft with SAM missiles, his military experiences led him on a path towards writing and advocacy. McNally's book, "Still Watching Men Burn: Fighting the PTSD War," provides a raw and truthful account of his struggles with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Recognized globally for his efforts to raise awareness and improve the treatment of veterans with mental health issues, McNally is frequently sought after by the press and media to share his insights on the subject. His bravery in speaking out about mental health at a time when PTSD was still relatively unknown and stigmatized within the British Armed Forces and veteran community has earned him admiration and respect. Residing in the serene English Lake District with his wife Linda and two Labrador dogs, McNally continues to write best-selling books. In addition to his acclaimed memoir, he has also published a poetry book titled "Screaming in Silence," which explores trauma and the experiences of World War One soldiers. Recently, he released his latest work, "1982 Ragnarök." Unfortunately, McNally has faced unwarranted attacks from online "trolls" who have left deliberately offensive reviews. In some instances, he has had to seek the assistance of a Member of Parliament to have these reviews removed. As a self-published author, writing has become a therapeutic outlet for McNally, especially in dealing with his PTSD. While honest reviews are appreciated, he appeals to readers to refrain from personal attacks, as the harm caused by such actions can be just as damaging as a physical weapon. In the face of adversity, Anthony McNally remains dedicated to sharing his story and advocating for better support for those struggling with mental health issues.
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