Veterans Walk to Raise Support for Soldier Sanctuary

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Two Washington men are not only brothers in arms, they're comrades with a cause.

Veterans Todd Hamilton and Stuart McKenzie are on a mission. They're walking 300 miles from Kennewick, Wash., to Seattle to raise awareness about veterans support services and to raise money for their organization, the Shadow Six Foundation.

Their hope is to build a soldier sanctuary in Ellensburg, Wash.

"It's gonna be a place for guys like us to come back and heal, with brotherhood and all the things that we need as soldiers that we're kind of lacking in the civilian world that we're thrust back into so quickly." Todd Hamilton said.

"We don't want to be some foundation that puts T-shirts on people and says, 'It's gonna be okay.'" he said. "We're out here doing the real thing."

The men say the support and kind words they've received along the way keeps them going.

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