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Steve Rogers remembering his training camp in Winter Soldier. He's got a great memory. Captain America

Steve Rogers remembering his training camp in Winter Soldier. He's got a great memory. Captain America>>>> also, if he gets PTSD flashbacks that must be terrible

I'm pretty sure this happened, either in "Civil War" or "Spider-Man: Homecoming." (Tony Stark, Peter Parker)

I'm pretty sure this happened, either in "Civil War" or "Spider-Man: Homecoming." (Tony Stark, Peter Parker)

And that, my friends, was Steve's dark side. Bucky once again is Steve's dark side. I mean who wouldn't start a huge war for your childhood best friend

And that was the moment I realized that Steve might kill Tony. and I got super scared

Congratulations, you have survived the war. Now live with the trauma. #marvel

Congratulations, you have survived the war. Now live with the trauma. <<very sad truth for fictional superheroes and real superheroes alike

Don't hate on Tony, he's been in this game the longest, and has the heartbreak, pain, and PTSD to prove it.<<I want to see his darkest fear after Civil War See if its changed

I'm team Cap all the way. I don't hate Tony, I just hate his attitude in AoU and Civil War

This scene broke my heart. Like "No, Steve don't give up on that!! Find Sharon! She loves you!! Find Sharon and  fall in love again; get married. It'll be alright."

This scene broke my heart. Like "No, Steve don't give up on that! Find Bucky and fall in love again; It'll be alright.

I'm so glad they put this into words. this movie broke so many barriers and I'm liVING for more movies from these creators

I'm so glad they put this into words. this movie broke so many barriers and I'm liVING for more movies from these creators

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Just 3 people. I've got my 1 is my mother, another my dad, and the third one broke my heart. But she'll always have a special place in my heart.

This past March, Southeastern Guide Dogs launched a fundraising and public awareness campaign called Superheroes on Parade. It began with 12 creatively painted, larger-than-life dog sculptures representing the real #dogs that transform the lives of the visually impaired and #veterans living with #PTSD.

This past March, Southeastern Guide Dogs launched a fundraising and public awareness campaign called Superheroes on Parade. It began with 12 creatively painted, larger-than-life dog sculptures representing the real #dogs that transform the lives of the visually impaired and #veterans living with #PTSD.

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