Wounded Warriors Talk About Next Commander in Chief

Two veterans from the Wounded Warriors Project discuss the issues facing the veteran community and how cycling has played a major role in their own recovery.
3:00 | 11/03/16

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I. Telling everybody I don't go to this sooner. The minute I see him president of bank. They did today flattened houses that go with your service and I done these bikes. Astaro. You're certainly back in 1987. Okay folks getting out about. Had a brain tumor. Dating back in the black pretty much motivated mustard and gotten. I really cried for two and up like this to be room. You know fashioned brawl and you'll have dwindled and passion. Might carry it. Go everywhere. I call this much service though that there be an aircraft electrician for eleven years my body took a lot of damage we're that we empowered to ride with a bike to keep us grounded and have focused on our. The physical fitness which almost fifteen pound the tip them off and a mentally stable now very grateful for the stuff. Hundreds of thousands of servicemen were struggling with issues what message do you have for them one step at a time when David. Sounds like so. And the commanders in chief who lived in that house have been very supportive of us soldiers on site goes. Obama started their are there this year President Bush leaves a mountain biking trek with soldiers he's here at his ranch. Why do you think's. That's become such an important way that the White House has stayed connected to the soldiers. Want to fight is almost. Your question God's eleven. Go to laugh and openness. Possibly dropped to a briefing. This getting back and camaraderie of being rid of the vote. I really think they'll harmony all visited Baghdad this is one's one activity. That we often do no matter our abilities or disabilities you know where amputees. You definitely can ride would hand cycles. We're come invites depending on your injuries no matter where you wet in your journey to transition and this is the great sports. And the candidates have talked a lot about veterans' issues this election cycle what is the issue that matters most serious. This continued to hear their words you don't just it is after the war is over and things go back so when searching. I would give our lives. There this goes the gift of thank you both thanks for use down and spectacular throw. Security.

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