The Indianapolis museum says the photos will be used in a mural for an exhibit.
Explosions on the Fourth of July can trigger anxiety, panic and flashbacks in veterans with PTSD.
The monument honors local military veterans, with bricks purchased by the families of nearly 1,190 veterans.
Sen. Donnelly says the shortage of mental health providers in the military is an ongoing issue.
Pence says the bills will expand benefits and opportunities for Indiana’s military servicemembers and veterans.
The program will track and share prescription information between patient healthcare providers.
Lawmakers are proposing a plan to expand the Military Family Relief Fund to include combat veterans who served before 9-11.
The effort follows up on Donnelly’s 2014 legislation that allowed all military members to receive annual mental health screenings.
The number of Indiana veterans taking advantage of GI benefits to attend college has doubled over the past five years.
According to a 2014 report from the Public Consulting Group, Indiana needs to step up its help for veterans returning home from combat.