A man in his sixties and in a wheelchair held a small American flag and sang “God Bless America” to himself before the sun rose. A line formed behind him on a wintry Thursday morning at the entrance to South Seattle College, as veterans gathered to take advantage of services that included medical, dental, mental health, job placement, housing placement and clothing.
Duane Anderson, a veteran who served for 23 years, explained his struggle as tears filled his eyes.
“The guys are getting help and that’s very necessary,” Anderson said. “It’s just a special bond between vets and it can’t be explained.”
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