Guido Feruglio was proud to serve his country.
Now a Phoenix family is searching for the father, husband, and veteran who has been missing for almost two weeks.
"He did two tours in Afghanistan," Veronica Feruglio, his wife, said.
But it was when he returned home from his second tour that his wife noticed a change.
"He didn't come back the same," she said. Veronica says her husband suffered from PTSD.
"He never wanted to say something, he was always fine," she said. "Any nightmares he saw or lived, he kept to himself."
It was on December 14th that the woman's husband, 34, said something strange right before he left the family's house.
"I'm sorry, I hurt you and I'm sorry I did this to you," she said he told her.
He left his family behind, including his 3-year-old son. His state and military identification cards were also left behind. He drove off in his black Dodge Charger, never to be seen again.
"We need to find that car, we need to find him," Kelvin Panama said.
The car is a 2006 model with black rims, dark tinted windows, black interior and according to the Missing Veterans group his car also has aftermarket LED lights. The license plates on his vehicle is "BGZ0970."
According to the group, who tries to help locate missing veterans, Feruglio was last seen departing his home at 5 a.m. on December 14th. He was last seen departing his home wearing a red long-sleeved shirt, black high top sneakers and was wearing blue jeans.
A group is expected to gather and search for him in Phoenix on Sunday morning.
If you've seen him, you're encouraged to contact the Phoenix Police Department at (602) 534-3052 and reference case number 201500002384375.
His full profile can be seen here.