Lisa McCombs, honorably discharged from the Army in 2009 as a captain, acquired her service dog, Jake, after being diagnosed with PTSD from her time serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. McCombs, who lives in Gulfport, is suing American Airlines and its regional carrier, Envoy Air Inc., for allegedly humiliating and berating her for days before she was allowed to fly home with Jake from Kansas.
Lisa McCombs, honorably discharged from the Army in 2009 as a captain, acquired her service dog, Jake, after being diagnosed with PTSD from her time serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. McCombs, who lives in Gulfport, is suing American Airlines and its regional carrier, Envoy Air Inc., for allegedly humiliating and berating her for days before she was allowed to fly home with Jake from Kansas. Courtesy of Lisa McCombs
Lisa McCombs, honorably discharged from the Army in 2009 as a captain, acquired her service dog, Jake, after being diagnosed with PTSD from her time serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. McCombs, who lives in Gulfport, is suing American Airlines and its regional carrier, Envoy Air Inc., for allegedly humiliating and berating her for days before she was allowed to fly home with Jake from Kansas. Courtesy of Lisa McCombs

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