ATLANTA - A 911 mile journey came to an end with waving flags, cheers and applause, but for the men involved it is more than just a run.
"We owe them more than what we're giving them," said Travis Ellis.
Ellis is part of the Shepherd's Men. The group ran to raise money and awareness for veterans struggling after their return from war.
"It saved my life," said Jarrad Turner.
Turner was seriously injured in a rocket propelled grenade attack and has gone through the Shepherd Center's SHARE military initiative. He runs so that others can have the same chance at healing.
"Not only can I say thank you, but hopefully I can do what they've done for me, which is inspire me, so I'm hoping to inspire some others," Turner said of the support he has received from his fellow Shepherd's Men.