Ranks of homeless veterans keep swelling in Los Angeles

Kendrick Bailey is standing outside the tent he has pitched on a filthy sidewalk in downtown Los Angeles and points to the American flag he served proudly during the Vietnam War.
‘I didn’t have education back then,’ says Bailey, recalling his time in combat. ‘So most of us shot guns. Sometimes you could see people get shot by guns. It was horrible.’
Bailey, who is in his sixties, is among an ever-growing population of veterans in Los Angeles who face challenges readjusting to civilian life and eventually become homeless.

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