Survivor of Benghazi attacks speaks to veterans

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NEW CUMBERLAND, Pa. -- "No Warriors Without Help" held a rally for veterans in Cumberland County Sunday.

Mark Geist, the co-author of "13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi," spoke to the vets about his book. Geist is a survivor of the attack in Benghazi.

He wrote about what happened in Libya in 2012 and what it was like during the attacks.

Geist said, "If we vote as a block, there's 22 million veterans. Two people within that veteran's family usually vote the same way as that veteran does, so there's potential 60 million people to vote. And we get 60 million of us voting, those that get elected, they're going to pay attention to what we got to say."

The first 500 veterans received autographed books.