TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - One American is walking across the country in honor of the lives lost in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Joe "Tiger" Patrick made a stop in Terre Haute Tuesday.
It is the four month anniversary of his walk across America.
On his walk he carries a quilt with the faces of service men and women lost in war since 9/11.
Patrick began his journey in April from Coronado Beach California.
He's more than halfway through his walk.
Patrick says though he's enjoyed meeting people along the way...his trip has one major goal.
"To remind Americans particularly the family and friends of those who carry the loss of their loved ones every day, remind them that they're not alone in their grief, and also that they're not forgotten,” Patrick said.
Patrick's next stop is Indianapolis.
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