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” The Veterans Suicide Awareness display on the Ypsi Township field of honor is a stark and shocking reminder that those who sacrifice on behalf of our country’s values and for our citizens freedoms bear the pains of war well after the battles are long over.
“A simple acknowledgement by those same citizens provides a comfort and assurance to our former warriors will contribute immensely to the healing of those pains. “
John McManus, President of Vietnam Veterans of America