This man was one of my best friends in high school. He entered the army hoping to get a good education in diesel mechanics and make some good money while serving his country. What he brought back was scars that couldn't be seen. He never let any of us know what he was dealing with because he didn't want to burden us with his problems.
During his time in service he did clean up on IED explosions. He salvaged what was left of the vehicles and bodies. The things he seen were something no one should ever have to see.
20-30 veterans a day are turning to suicide because they can't get the help they need. They fought for us now it's time to fight for them!
Here is a link to the website to sign the petition. You will have to register to do so but it only takes a minute. There are also other petitions that you may be interested in. And the minute you take to do this may save a life.
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