Tuesday, July 9, 2013 at 3:00 am (Updated: July 9, 3:02 am)
Being on the front lines of a war is tough, but coming home and adjusting to civilian life can be even tougher.
One Hillview organization is looking to make the transition from military life to home life easier for veterans by building a retreat center in Kentucky.
Active Heroes, which supports veterans, active duty military and their families through home repairs and financial assistance, hopes to build the facility on a campground.
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