Teaming up with Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association, Daniel Newberry is on a mission to let every veteran knows that someone has his or her back. Daniel travels 22 miles with a 50-pound Knapsack and his reason “According to studies, 22 veterans commit suicide on a daily basis, that’s 22 too many. Every mile I march is to represent them.” The 50 pounds that Daniel carries on his back represent all of the burdens that these veterans carry.
Army veteran raises suicide awareness one step at a time
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