Organization offers 'Suits for Soldiers'

Published On: Aug 17 2012 03:58:42 PM EDT
Updated On: Aug 17 2012 04:01:09 PM EDT
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -

Thousands of local veterans are suiting up thanks to the Wounded Warrior Project, a nonprofit organization based in Jacksonville that helps vets transition back to life at home.

On Friday, the group, along with the help of Dignity U Wear, distributed the first of 3,000 suits to veterans. It's part of a program called Suits for Soldiers.

Along with the suits, veterans also received dress shirts, shoes, belts, ties and more.

With a professional wardrobe, Wounded Warrior says it will assist these vets in finding a successful job in the civilian world.

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