Hundreds of veterans ride to honor U.S. Marine Corps sniper, Clay Hunt

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HOUSTON - For some veterans, one of the hardest parts of war is coming back home.

According to the U.S Department of Veterans Affairs, every day 22 veterans commit suicide... Sergeant Clay Hunt was one of those.

The native Houstonian and Marine Corps sniper killed himself in March 2011.

To remember Hunt, and others who battle the SCARS of war, 300 people- mainly veterans, gathered in Humble to join an Honor Ride for Clay Hunt. This Honor Ride is part of United Healthcare's Road 2 Recovery program whose mission is to 'save lives by restoring hope and purpose.

Today`s event was a warm up for MONDAY'S 'Ride 2 Recovery`s Texas Challenge'... a 6- day, 490-mile ride from H-Town to Fort Worth.

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