cross posted from Sancho Press. http://sanchopress.com/
We spend our time on Sancho Press highlighting problems faced by our troops and veterans. We write articles about the injustices suffered by many who have bravely served our nation.
We point out problems with the VA and DOD policies. We work at joining citizens with the troops and veterans all together on Sancho Press. We want all to unite to get changes made to the many problems faced by those with PTSD, TBI, other mental health issues and the 800,000+ with backed up disability claims.
I stumbled across a few videos on you tube today. I realized that with all the focus I put on the above items I occasionally lose sight of those who didn’t come back and the families they left behind.
FORTUNATELY THEY ARE NOT ALL SAD STORIES AND THEY DO NOT ALL HAVE BAD ENDINGS.
After I post an article I always hang around to respond to comments. I feel an obligation to respond to every comment made to an article I post. In this case I am sorry, but I can not do so. These videos and my post are not about politics or a debate over the war. I hope nobody will comment in any way relating to these. In fact, nobody even needs to comment. I think the emotions to these will be universally the same.
I have put up a tip jar only to know how many have watched this and you can use this instead of making comments if you would like.
The first two videos on this post are about remembering the troops that we never get to battle for and to assist at Sancho Press.