Thank you for your post as well as your service.
I too have been in a similar situation and was going through what you are going through right now. It will seem like the phone calls and the emails will never stop coming...
I took some advice from counsel that I have to say was the best advice I was ever given. I was told to document my experience and what I saw as soon as possible, while everything was fresh in my mind. I was told to write it down or better yet, send myself an email with all of the details. I am always the 1st to admit my memory is horrible to begin with. As time goes by some details might be forgotten... So now at least I can go back many years later and pull up exactly what I saw because I documented it.
In a different situation, I had all of the images I shot of the incident not for the sake of taking some horrifying images, but for the fact it documented everything and with a time stamp. Those images to this day have not gone public just as the ones I have of BIG THUNDER. These type of images I gather are collected and brought to the manufacturers of canopy boats in hopes they can learn what worked and what didn't work.
So with your thread here, you have documented what you saw and heard.
Just a suggestion like counsel had given me, take some time and send yourself an email of every detail you can possibly remember on what you witnessed during the race week. The day of Big Thunder's crash and anything that occurred the following days there after. Details of who you spoke with ect...
5 or more years from now, you will be glad you did... Should you be called to testify you will have your testimony already prepared. I like the fact of emailing it to yourself as well, because that is proof of when it was actually written.
Best of luck to you.
Thoughts and prayers to all that have been effected by last week's events...