The Long Way Home

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Kate MacEachern served 8 years in the Canadian Army as a Tanker. At work in 2007 she suffered grievous injuries including a broken neck, spinal cord damage and a fractured skull. Her family was told she would remain in a vegetative state indefinitely... she walked out 9 days later. She also suffered a stroke from her injuries but recovered to return to work, and walk 574km, raising $20,000 for disabled soldiers over 19 days in 2012. Kate is about to finish her 1864km walk to Ottawa to raise donations and awareness of PTSD for Military Minds. Kate represents what's best of the military to me. Through her courage, her selfless sacrifice, and her strength of character she demonstrates not only what's best about the Canadian Forces, but our country. Video filmed/edited/directed by Paulo Rubio : http://RubioFilms.com -- Long Way Home: support by donating here http://militarymindsassociation.com/Donate or visit her Facebook page at http://fb.com/Thelongwayhomemm

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  1. 31598029
    31598029 Dec 16, 2013

    Women in tanks???? No way that works effectively. Just another extra icing on the cake, for the feminization process.

  2. GadsdenFlag
    GadsdenFlag Nov 04, 2015

    What an inspiring video. Thanks for posting it.

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