Homeless Veterans Flood into San Diego Stand Down

Homeless Veterans Flood into San Diego Stand Down

For a quarter of a century, the Veterans Village has sponsored a Stand Down for homeless veterans in San Diego. It started as outreach for Vietnam veterans but now organizers are starting to see veterans from Desert Storm and the Iraq and Afghanistan wars who are looking for a safe place to bunk down, get a shower, warm meal and medical care. According to NPR, more than 1,000 veterans came out to the three-day event.


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  1. Reblogged this on veterans news 3.0.

  2. A day for all veterans, a day where veterans of all wars may be togheter, any with problems, experiences, remembe of the specific reality where they have combatted, but accomunated by the same reality:the war and its consequences. This comunance of diversity determine a unity and san Diego will accomunate alls.
    Alls constitute the big family of veterans; to all my wish of a happy day claudio alpaca

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