Soldier Hard – Red Flags – Addressing Veteran Suicide

Updated: September 9, 2013

The only thing we can do to prevent it is to start working together as a team.  When was the last time you checked in on your battle-buddies? -RU Rob




  1. Murphy

    May 23, 2013 at 4:18 am

    I have now stayed up WAY too late by watching every video this man has.
    Damn you.
    And thank you.
    Thank you.

  2. Cpl. Michael A. Gaytan, US Army, Infantry, Ret.

    July 26, 2013 at 4:51 pm

    Oddly enough my Battle and I still speak at least once a week even though we are living on opposite coasts of the US. He is in NY and Im in Cali. He and I have both been on the other end of the horn when our battle has been thinkin of droppin the hammer and dusting ourselves. He will be, is now, and has been for a very long time a lifeline of support that doesnt rival the VA.. He and I outgun the VA when it comes to taking care of each other. Then again, why should that support and BROTHERHOOD end just because were no longer in uniform or overseas. Sure, we cant see each other everyday or hang out on weekends, but we call each other frequently. Always a Battle Buddy til the day I die.

    PS: Yo Cajun… if you ever see this you’ll know I miss your crazy ass. Damn redneck hillbilly! Love you Brother, OUT!

  3. sharder8

    July 26, 2013 at 7:46 pm

    Sorry to hear of another loss, Rob!

    Boone Cutler and Soldier Harder have made suicide prevention a personal goal for our fellow Vets. It wouldn’t hurt teaming with Boone to set up or consolidate a referral point for those needing help.

    I’ve seen Boone take off late at night to help a Vet in trouble, that lived or was close to where he is at.

  4. Terry Kohler

    July 27, 2013 at 9:44 am

    OUTRAGE – 6,588 Veterans committed suicide in 2012

    The very reason we are making this epic Cross Country Suicide Responsibility Ride, carrying “precious cargo” and discovering there is many across America who do not realize what our Brothers and Sisters are struggling with.

    The First Cost of Freedom is Supporting Our Veterans![TM]

    Liberty + RESPONSIBILITY = Our Freedom

    follow us on our unique history-making ride at http://TeamVeteran.org, because in 2014 there will be an even bigger awakening for America and the world

  5. Jose DeHoyos

    September 9, 2013 at 10:22 pm

    I just found this site and was truly amazed at videos that dealt with ptsd,awesome!

  6. J. Barry

    September 28, 2013 at 6:47 pm

    Amazing video. “Triggers” was awesome too. You’re saving lives. I salute you Soldier Hard and your crew.

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