Man on the street, Oct.22

By Mr. Kevin Stabinsky (IMCOM)October 22, 2010

With more than 250,000 homeless veterans living on the streets, the Sentinel staff asked members of  the community: "What  should be done to help these former servicemembers?
"I'd look at things on a case by case basis and increase benefits for those who need medical care and job training." - Scott Spurlock vendor, United Distributors
1 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – With more than 250,000 homeless veterans living on the streets, the Sentinel staff asked members of the community: "What should be done to help these former servicemembers? "I'd look at things on a case by case basis and increase benefits for those who need medical care and job training." - Scott Spurlock vendor, United Distributors (Photo Credit: Mr. Kevin Stabinsky (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL
With more than 250,000 homeless veterans living on the streets, the Sentinel staff asked members of  the community: “What  should be done to help these former servicemembers?
 “Because this base is closing, we should use the housing and barracks to house homeless vets. What else are they going to use them for?” - Sgt. Shirita Long administration assistant NCO U.S. Army Garrison
2 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – With more than 250,000 homeless veterans living on the streets, the Sentinel staff asked members of the community: “What should be done to help these former servicemembers? “Because this base is closing, we should use the housing and barracks to house homeless vets. What else are they going to use them for?” - Sgt. Shirita Long administration assistant NCO U.S. Army Garrison (Photo Credit: Kevin Stabinsky (USAG Fort McPherson) VIEW ORIGINAL
With more than 250,000 homeless veterans living on the streets, the Sentinel staff asked members of  the community: “What  should be done to help these former servicemembers?
 “Use some empty facilities on bases to give  them somewhere to stay.” - Bobby Myers retired Air Force master sergeant
3 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – With more than 250,000 homeless veterans living on the streets, the Sentinel staff asked members of the community: “What should be done to help these former servicemembers? “Use some empty facilities on bases to give them somewhere to stay.” - Bobby Myers retired Air Force master sergeant (Photo Credit: Kevin Stabinsky (USAG Fort McPherson) VIEW ORIGINAL