Medal of Honor Recipients Speak Out To Save Lives


As part of their commitment to serve their country, more than 30 of the 87 living Medal of Honor recipients have joined in a public service campaign designed to help stem the rising tide of suicides among military service members today.

These recipients, who have survived some of the most harrowing experiences in combat, including years as POWs, physical wounds and emotional trauma, felt compelled to speak out to America’s military, share their experiences and encourage them to seek help for behavioral health issues that are often a result of deployment and combat.  Their message is simple:  Don’t let the enemy defeat you at home!

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