At home in his apartment, Wilson took medication to battle the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder: sleeplessness, anxiety and depression. His return from Iraq had racked him with guilt. His marriage, always stormy, was in free-fall. His mind was tortured. Synapses would fire and awful images would flicker back, images of Jeremy Regnier, the soldier under his command who had been cut down by a roadside bomb in Iraq.
At home in his apartment, Wilson took medication to battle the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder: sleeplessness, anxiety and depression. His return from Iraq had racked him with guilt. His marriage, always stormy, was in free-fall. His mind was tortured. Synapses would fire and awful images would flicker back, images of Jeremy Regnier, the soldier under his command who had been cut down by a roadside bomb in Iraq.
(Globe Staff Photo / Dina Rudick)