Veteran Suicide (Slideshow) 

November 4, 2011
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Veteran Suicide (Slideshow)
Rebecca Townsend
Ron Zaleski has walked across the country and the Appalachian Trail carrying a sign about vet suicide. He's been barefoot since 1972 when death and guilt related to Vietnam pushed him to take a stand for soldiers and their families.
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