There is a very special vet out there. He's missing! He was, along with other soldiers, trained to fight as a team. They lived as a team, fought as a team but now it seems the team forgot him. Maybe it's because he separated himself from his team members at first and got lost in some struggle to make sense of civilian life. He's actually a lot of vets from different wars and conflicts who somehow disappeared into a cloud of disparity and homelessness. I've met quite a few of the "missing," generally when I volunteer in missions or go to a "stand down." A lot of you know what I'm talking about, and some may read this and claim that I'm a head case. Actually, the location is a few inches down and to the left. I'm a heart case. We say with pride and puffed out chests,"No man left behind!" But the truth is that every time a soldier takes off his uniform for good, he's no longer considered a soldier by the masses. The real truth...he really is still the same warrior, with or without the uniform. Look in a homeless vets eyes and you will see the look of past pride and the honorable position he maintained. Simply put, he is left behind. He is alone with no recognizable team. Maybe he's tried to fill the void with drugs or booze. A lot of them couldn't fill the void and died violently by their own hand. I know a couple of ways to bring this missing person home and will post them shortly. But for now, how about your thoughts on the matter. Does our missing warrior stay gone maybe because he might say he likes it that way. Or, how do we help him out if he doesn't. And best yet, how do we know the difference?