• Each day, 22 veterans of the United States military take their own lives. In only one year, that is more than 8,000 men and women who chose death over family, future and the freedom they fought for. To remember those veterans and the sacrifices they made, American flags awaited the 22 Hump walkers at each mile marker during their journey Saturday.
    Each day, 22 veterans of the United States military take their own lives. In only one year, that is more than 8,000 men and women who chose death over family, future and the freedom they fought for. To remember those veterans and the sacrifices they made, American flags awaited the 22 Hump walkers at each mile marker during their journey Saturday.
  • Warriors Veteran Outreach and the many individuals who participated in Saturday’s 22-mile hump worked up a sweat to bring awareness to veterans suicide in America. The participants came from all walks of life, both service members and civilians.
    Warriors Veteran Outreach and the many individuals who participated in Saturday’s 22-mile hump worked up a sweat to bring awareness to veterans suicide in America. The participants came from all walks of life, both service members and civilians.
  • Dan Miller of Warriors Veteran Outreach prepares the assembled for the 22 miles of hiking ahead of them Saturday to raise awareness for the 22 veterans who take their own lives each day.
    Dan Miller of Warriors Veteran Outreach prepares the assembled for the 22 miles of hiking ahead of them Saturday to raise awareness for the 22 veterans who take their own lives each day.

Images from '22 Hump' march

   Each day, 22 veterans of the United States military take their own lives. In only one year, that is more than 8,000 men and women who chose death over family, future and the freedom they fought for. To remember those veterans and the sacrifices they made, American flags awaited the 22 Hump walkers at each mile marker during their journey Saturday.