Carry The Load kicks off in Dallas

(Dallas, Tx) WFAA – A few years ago, former Navy SEAL and war veteran Clint Bruce sat at a barbecue on Memorial Day. As he thought about his friends he lost in combat, he couldn’t help but notice that the people around him had a very different view of what Memorial Day meant.

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These People Are Marching to Raise Awareness

(NBC News Article) – These People Are Marching to Raise Awareness of the True Meaning of Memorial Day

While some Americans will spend Memorial Day barbecuing, relaxing at the beach or splashing in a pool, thousands of men and women carrying the names of fallen soldiers will conclude a 31-day relay across a total of 6,200 miles.

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Walkers ‘Carry The Load’ for veterans

(Greenville, TX) – A crowd of area residents, including a Hunt County Justice of the Peace, participated Saturday in a long walk to support America’s veterans.

The East Coast Relay of the “Carry The Load” effort passed through the county and downtown Greenville on its way to its final destination in Dallas today. It is the fifth year the walk has appeared locally.

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Organization strives to ‘carry the load’ of those that serve the country

(Fort Hood, TX) KXXV – A long journey meant to honor those who serve our country made a stop at Fort Hood Friday.

Carry the Load participants have been walking or riding bikes all the way from Seattle this month in preparation for Memorial Day.

They made it to Fort Hood Friday where they held a rally with the help of the First Cavalry Division Horse Cavalry Detachment.

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AT&T and Former Navy Seal Supports Carry The Load

Cody Bandars, Senior Product Marketing Manager at AT&T and former Navy SEAL shares why he supports Carry The Load.

As Memorial Day approaches, we’ll recognize those who have given their lives in the name of freedom. This day is especially important to Cody Bandars, a senior product marketing manager at AT&T and former Navy SEAL.

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Good Day

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(Austin, TX) FOX7 – A gathering spot of more than one-thousand people with sneakers, flags, kids and pets isn’t the typical forum to share grief.

But then again, there is nothing typical about Carry The Load, which culminated over a month of rallies in cities across the country with the Dallas Memorial March on Sunday.