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US military combat veterans in Israel visiting some of the holiest sites on earth thanks to a charity called heroes to heroes hoping to help -- posttraumatic stress disorder.
Why not take them to back.
To the western wall.
We've taken through the stations of the cross the church of the holy simple one and give him an option.
-- -- Ernest and Barnett was an army corporal in Vietnam in 1970.
Cover man for a mine and tunnel dog tracking enemy blood trails and booby traps.
The dog and extremely they -- a land line.
-- -- -- -- There's such a bizarre fashion.
That wasn't something that was -- for you at nineteen years ago.
-- -- -- -- came home with PT SD struggling to adapt to civilian life and he credits his wife with helping him find focus and purpose.
A licensed mental health therapist and elder and his church Ernie says he's extremely grateful for this gift of the spiritual journey to the holy land.
It is they -- it's -- a lifetime thing and I believe that my steps will live by the lord to go this direction.
I'm looking for election experience looking for something that's dramatically changed my point of view my way of life.
-- Rivera is an Iraq War veteran also suffering from PT SD he threw his name in the hat for the heroes to hero strip.
Hoping for help with the stress and anxiety and tells us it's working.
I've slept better.
I'll have to look behind me because you say they're confident.
Heroes to heroes is funded entirely by private donations it cost 7500 dollars to send each veteran to Israel for the ten day trip.
And ten more -- will be chosen to go next year.
In New York Rick Leventhal Fox News.
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