The most devastating wounds of war can be invisible to the naked eye, according to ret. U.S. Army Spec. Ricky Raley. So the Purple Heart... Veteran makes handcycle trip to raise awareness of mental health issues

The most devastating wounds of war can be invisible to the naked eye, according to ret. U.S. Army Spec. Ricky Raley. So the Purple Heart veteran set out on a 1,500-mile handcycling journey to raise awareness about mental health issues suffered by veterans and he stopped by to see his fellow soldiers at Hunter Army Airfield on Tuesday.

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