AMAZING: Vets Bike More Than 2,700 Miles Across The Country To Spread Awareness Of PTSD

I have so much respect for our Veterans. These two Vets are heroes. We will never know what our Vets go through. We as Americans should be doing everything we can for them.

They fight brutal wars on our behalf. They come home and our government expects them to return to normal.

It is heartbreaking to know how many commit suicide. PTSD is no laughing matter. It is our duty to take care of them. Pray for our heroes! Help them anyway you can.

National Suicide Prevention Hotline, which is also the Veterans Crisis Line1-800-273-8255. 


From The Blaze

Two United States military veterans are on a mission to inform others about the devastating effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). U.S. Marine veteran Michael Priddy and U.S. Army veteran David Allison have set out to raise $1 million to fund a Christian ministry that serves the spiritual and psychological needs of former servicemen.

To do this, Priddy and Allison decided to launch a 47-day, cross-country bicycle tour that would raise awareness for PTSD.

The two began the 2,700-mile No Man Rides Alone bicycle tour on April 28 in Squaw Valley, California. From there, they will ride town-to-town until they reach their final destination: the Marine base in Quantico, Virginia.
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“For God and Country—Geronimo, Geronimo, Geronimo……..Geronimo E.K.I.A.” -U.S. Navy SEAL VI

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