Herschel Walker Visits WINN's Warrior Transition Battalion

By Mindy Anderson, WINN Public AffairsMay 13, 2010

(Fort Stewart, Ga.) Just before speaking to a crowd of more than 200 Soldiers and civilians, Herschel Walker filmed three Public Service Announcements for Winn Army Community Hospital's Department of Behavioral Health. The PSAs will enhance Fort Stewart's continued efforts to educate Soldiers and the community about overcoming stigma of mental health issues and having the strength to seek help.
1 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – (Fort Stewart, Ga.) Just before speaking to a crowd of more than 200 Soldiers and civilians, Herschel Walker filmed three Public Service Announcements for Winn Army Community Hospital's Department of Behavioral Health. The PSAs will enhance Fort Stewart's continued efforts to educate Soldiers and the community about overcoming stigma of mental health issues and having the strength to seek help. (Photo Credit: Mindy Anderson, WINN Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
(Fort Stewart, Ga.) Herschel Walker spoke to a hand full of representatives from the local Savannah and Hinesville media just prior to his presentation at Fort Stewart's Main Post Chapel, May 13. Walker spoke frankly to the media about his mental health challenges and why he feels it is important for him to speak to military audiences worldwide.
2 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – (Fort Stewart, Ga.) Herschel Walker spoke to a hand full of representatives from the local Savannah and Hinesville media just prior to his presentation at Fort Stewart's Main Post Chapel, May 13. Walker spoke frankly to the media about his mental health challenges and why he feels it is important for him to speak to military audiences worldwide. (Photo Credit: Mindy Anderson, WINN Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
(Fort Stewart, Ga.) Herschel Walker met with Winn Army Community Hospital Warrior Transition Battalion Soldiers May 13 for a frank discussion about overcoming stigma of mental health issues and having the strength to seek help. Walker held captive a crowd of more than 200 with his wit, charm and sincerity while speaking at the Main Post Chapel on Fort Stewart. Walker's mantra "No Shame in My Game" was peppered throughout his presentation emphasizing staying true to yourself, having faith, and the best way to 'man-up' is to seek help when you need it.
3 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – (Fort Stewart, Ga.) Herschel Walker met with Winn Army Community Hospital Warrior Transition Battalion Soldiers May 13 for a frank discussion about overcoming stigma of mental health issues and having the strength to seek help. Walker held captive a crowd of more than 200 with his wit, charm and sincerity while speaking at the Main Post Chapel on Fort Stewart. Walker's mantra "No Shame in My Game" was peppered throughout his presentation emphasizing staying true to yourself, having faith, and the best way to 'man-up' is to seek help when you need it. (Photo Credit: Mindy Anderson, WINN Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
(Fort Stewart, Ga.) Herschel Walker with LTC Bill Reitemeyer, commander, Warrior Transition Battalion following Walker's presentation to the Fort Stewart Community May 13 in the Main Post Chapel.
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(Fort Stewart, Ga.) Following his presentation to the Fort Stewart Community, Ginger Cucolo, spouse of MG Tony Cucolo, 3rd Infantry Division Commanding General, thanks Herschel Walker for his comments.
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(Fort Stewart, Ga.) Herschel Walker met with Winn Army Community Hospital Warrior Transition Battalion Soldiers May 13 for a frank discussion about overcoming stigma of mental health issues and having the strength to seek help.
6 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – (Fort Stewart, Ga.) Herschel Walker met with Winn Army Community Hospital Warrior Transition Battalion Soldiers May 13 for a frank discussion about overcoming stigma of mental health issues and having the strength to seek help. (Photo Credit: Mindy Anderson, WINN Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL