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How Cross Country Motorcycle Journey Project 22 Is Raising Awareness About Suicide Among Veterans

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How Cross Country Motorcycle Journey Project 22 Is Raising Awareness About Suicide Among Veterans

Throughout 2013, Daniel Egbert and Matt “Doc” King travelled 6,500 across the US on their motorcycles interviewing post-combat veterans who suffer from PTSD for their upcoming film Project 22. It’s been widely reported by the US Department of Veterans Affairs that an average 22 veterans commit suicide every day in America due to PTSD, and Project 22 aims to raise awareness of the suffering these men go through.

Raising awareness to try and combat any human suffering is a kind and brave mission to involve yourself in and You can visit their non-profit organisation Medical Missions to donate and help raise money for the movie which is planned for release this Summer.

Featured photo credit: Project 22 via medicinalmissions.com

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