Army Lieutenant Colonel Constance S. Rosser is a disabled veteran who served our country as a
part of the US Army Public Health Command for just over 14 ½ years. During her mobilization
in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, she broke her right lower leg, sustained bilateral
hearing loss, nerve damage and a traumatic brain injury. As a result of her medical issues, Lt.
Col. Rosser had to retire early. She now requires hearing aids and alternative technology to use a
computer. She suffers from vertigo, cognitive disorder and PTSD. Lieutenant Colonel Rosser’s
family resides in Washington, D.C., and her daughter is a Folds of Honor Higher Education
Scholarship recipient who is pursuing a degree in psychology.