Chief Petty Officer Tim Vaughn, 36, member of Team Navy, of Marysville, competes in a race at the Warrior Games on June 2 at the Air Force Academy near Colorado Springs, Colorado. Vaughn was slashed and stabbed in the throat by a barber in Imperial Beach, California, in 2014. This week, he is competing in the Department of Defense Warrior Games for the first time. He is using the games as an opportunity to recover from the effects of PTSD. (Photo/Miranda Daniel, Grady Sports Bureau)

Chief Petty Officer Tim Vaughn, 36, member of Team Navy, of Marysville, competes in a race at the Warrior Games on June 2 at the Air Force Academy near Colorado Springs, Colorado. Vaughn was slashed and stabbed in the throat by a barber in Imperial Beach, California, in 2014. This week, he is competing in the Department of Defense Warrior Games for the first time. He is using the games as an opportunity to recover from the effects of PTSD. (Photo/Miranda Daniel, Grady Sports Bureau)

Veterans find hope and healing through Warrior Games

Tim Vaughn, of Marysville, a member of Team Navy, competes as he continues to recover from an assault.

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