While some people might spend 15,000 hours watching television or commuting to work, these two men have spent an astonishing 15,000 hours shuttling disabled veterans to the hospital for medical treatment.
Over the course of the last 16 years, Bernardo Jaramillo and Mel Ortega have ensured that any veterans who may live in the smaller, more rural communities of New Mexico can be transported to the Raymond G. Murphy VA Medical Center in Albuquerque for major procedures and treatments.
Their services are offered through the Disabled Veterans Association, a nonprofit that helps disabled ex-military members and their families apply for benefits.
85-year-old Ortega has driven a staggering 200,000 miles for the service while 70-year-old Jaramillo has driven 100,000.
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