Rams security guard, a vet who served in Iraq, skydives to raise awareness of vets' mental health

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Friday, November 12, 2021
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Twenty-two veterans die every day by suicide related to PTSD. Veteran Armando Ulloa, who served in Iraq to protect our country, wants to change that.

Armando Ulloa is a security guard for the Los Angeles Rams. He is also a veteran, who served in Iraq to protect our country.

Twenty-two veterans die every day by suicide related to PTSD. Ulloa joined local sky-diving organization Operation Jump 22 and took to the skies to raise awareness of veterans' mental health.

"If we can save one veteran, we did our job," he said.

Curt Sandoval went along with Ulloa for the sky-high dive. Watch his report above.

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