Womens Black V- Neck Military Suicide Awareness #22ADAY
Women's Black V-Neck Military Suicide Awareness Soft Style Cotton Tshirt
Everyday, 22 veterans lose their battle to post traumatic stress on American soil. That is 1 veterans every 65 minutes.
The rates for the active duty individual services per 100,000 according to the report, were 23 for the Army, 23.1 for the Marine Corps, 14.4 for the Air Force and 13.4 for the Navy. The Veteran Administration statistics confirm 22 Veterans a day are succumbing to suicide on American soil. The total number of those losing their battle grows larger with each day research and treatments are not able to be done.
The Military Suicide Awareness #22ADAY Movement is the advocacy action network and the natural next step to the mission of the Military Veteran Project. Military Suicide Awareness gives a voice to the vast network of volunteers, donors, and participants involved in the work of the Military Veteran Project. Events are organized by Ambassadors and are unique in every way – from small groups of people at local malls, hundreds of people uniting together at parks, schools, and even at parades in your hometown to a small awareness movement at City, County or State facilities (permission required) to help the movement grow and spread the awareness in our communities. By becoming an Ambassador you will receive photos, pamphlets, and other items to educate the community of the reality of military suicide.
Solid black cotton tshirt with Ride 4 the Fallen logo on front and MVP logo on sleeve. The mission of the “Ride 4 the Fallen” is to perpetuate the memory of men & women who have answered the call of duty to serve our great country. Every May thousands of bikers take to the road to honor the fallen. Click Here to register now and create a campaign in your area or join a ride near you.
Some of us have no idea what it's like to serve in the Military, or you have served and you know exactly what it is like to serve on foreign soil in war time. You know what it is like to come home after war struggling with night terrors, survivors guilt, memory loss among other things. Those of us who haven't served do not have any idea about the true cost of freedom.