The Hannah Family
U.S. Army Sgt. David Hannah joined the military in 2004. During his time in service Hannah received several awards, including a Purple Heart.
Hannah initially entered the Army as a Cavalry Scout. However, following his arrival at Ft. Campbell, he was reassigned as a truck driver. In October 2005, after only three months of training, Hannah was deployed to Tikrit, Iraq, where he was severely injured after his base was struck with a mortar round.
Following the explosion Hannah was moved to Walter Reed Army Medical Center, where he was treated for multiple injuries, including a broken leg, a punctured lung, a lacerated liver, numerous shrapnel wounds, and a severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). In November 2006, Hannah returned to Ft. Campbell and was sent to the Warrior Transition Battalion to undergo therapy for his TBI and counseling for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Although Hannah retired from the Army in April 2011 he still suffers from multiple service-related injuries, including PTSD, anxiety, depression, tinnitus and memory loss. Hannah currently lives in Clarksville, Tennessee with his wife, Ciera, and their four children.
Thanks to Morgan & Son Homes and Cushman & Wakefield, the Hannah family have a home to call their own located in Clarksville, TN.