"The story was graphic and disturbing. It followed me as I drove the car, shopped for groceries, brushed my teeth."
Veteran Steve Craddock has put himself through many cycling challenges over the last twelve years, raising over £500,000 for Help for Heroes by the end of 2019. Cycling an estimated 12,000 miles in fundraising events, becoming the largest individual fundraiser in the process.
After the deadly insurrection of the US Capitol carried out by pro-Trump supporters, a group of veterans helped to clean the streets of Washington, D.C. and remove the marks left by the hatred and violence of January 6th. The effort was organised by the non-profit group Continue to Serve, a group of military veterans who support social justice causes including Black Lives Matter, voter safety and immigration.
The president allegedly made the comments in France in 2018 while speaking to his staff about US service members who'd died in World War I.
Two veterans marked the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings by taking part in a parachute jump. 95-year-old Harry Read and 94-year-old John Hutton flew over the English Channel and landed in Normandy, recreating their actions during the beach landings of June 6, 1944.