Many veterans adapt to a strange world; one with walls
from The New York Times
For 30 years after Vietnam, Art Harmon's address was a dry wash under the 210 freeway, where he tried to forget his tour as a 19-year-old helicopter gunner. Today, Harmon has a one-bedroom apartment in nearby Sun Valley, California, thanks to what is being described as the largest campaign in history to stamp out homelessness among military veterans, who have constituted as much as a quarter of the nation's homeless population.
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