Veteran on the walk of his lifetime to stop in mid-Missouri
Army Veteran Walking for PTSD Visiting in Missouri’s Capital City
(Jefferson City, MO) — A U-S Army veteran will be making his way through the capital city today on his coast-to-coast walk to raise awareness for post-traumatic stress disorder. Sergeant First Class Steve Meyers started his nearly six-thousand mile walk on Sunday in Kansas City at the World War I Memorial and plans to travel through 20 different states. He’ll circle from from Florida to California talking with veterans, first responders, and government officials about what he’s calling a silent killer, P-T-S-D. He will resume his walk at the Jefferson City Police Department this morning at 9 (Thursday).
Lee’s Summit man walks cross country for PTSD awareness
U.S. veteran walks across the country for PTSD awareness
Soldier walks across America to raise PTSD awareness