The 2019 Wounded Warrior Soldier Ride set to take place around Washington, DC, area

Army veteran Jeremiah Pauley and Navy Service Member Jordan Lo discuss the mental, emotional and spiritual impact the Wounded Warrior Soldier Ride has on veterans and service members.
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Transcript for The 2019 Wounded Warrior Soldier Ride set to take place around Washington, DC, area
Shifting gears now Mary Alice two sort of a different topic here in town at that time of year when. Wounded warriors from all across the country converge on Washington DC just run Easter time. After the annual celebration of the wounded warrior pride to great event and are bringing together a service members we both have them in our family and I know them. It's great to see those tributes pouring in. On and they will get to meet president trump a little later this week on bringing our Erica Kane. Our reporter I hear an ABC news live and spent the day out with some of the organizers and meeting with some of those folks air promoted to meet there. So I meant two great men one. And who is a service member of the Mimi and Langer with me an eleven year. Army better in Aaron. They both. Started recycling. One Jordan low he it was his first time doing this and then. Basically they're eating city today. For this site cycling event called the salute her right. Disorder ride is an annual earnings posted by need wounded warriors project Adam going to warriors project is that he we're going to be shame. That cannon halts military members chains nation into every day life. They've raised one point three billion dollars. For service members. Veterans and their families. So they're doing or it's. Both from physical wounds and emotional yemen's capital caught up with some of them put together a nice pieces meets some of these. Fell as participating in the right. Was introduced a soldier ride and 2011. And it quite literally saved my life. The army for eleven years and and wounded and I racket 2006. And because of those injuries that was medically retired and that's really win the mental and emotional trauma from were really sad and that was really under the impression that I couldn't do things because of my injury. But it was really my mind in my emotional mindset that was that was holding me back. And soldier ride has helped me I realize my full potential just. Is my first time I'm very excited very excited and Hillary are for a long time every day's. Script could be alive and view. He had the opportunity to work for what I love closeness of this country. And you know offensive keys give service members hope will have a very common ground any robberies view. She recover. Emotionally and it's as spiritually I believed that. TV channel be it Howard you're here in yourself if spirit. You can really overcome what ever prognosis is deemed by professional medical doctors. And if you have that hope that Anderson here through work and get better you can never committee. Related to see that earnest the gun thing so where are they writing. On the and they are in carrying up to rank tomorrow. And they're doing 815 to twenty mile experience and yes eight we're getting -- today to find you know equipment and suitable to make them feel comfortable for this journey. And that you characters we met in your piece was so fascinated a reminder Graham also is that this. Our veterans the wounded veterans physically wounded but also so many of them also have. Unseen invisible wounds. Actually invisible and ending that's so important to remember it's hard sometimes for refer those veterans who talk about it. And so we have to keep talking at bats nation people don't feel alone. And one of the veterans in the vet yeah and our friends that I spoke to today am suffered with PT SD and depression. Important reminder thank you somewhere Jerker for bringing us that story is terrific and of course will keep and I and then when they go to meet. The trumps that the white house on Thursday.

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