• Our Situation

    Too often we forget that our military is an all-volunteer force—no required recruitment, no conscripted drafting. Our men and women in uniform actively choose to be our surrogates in warfare—to fight and defend the rights and freedoms we enjoy every day of our lives.
    But with military campaigns in Afghanistan, Iraq, Africa and other conflict zones, many of our soldiers are returning dismembered and beset with traumatic brain injury.
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  • Our Situation

    Too often we forget that our military is an all-volunteer force—no required recruitment, no conscripted drafting. Our men and women in uniform actively choose to be our surrogates in warfare—to fight and defend the rights and freedoms we enjoy every day of our lives.
    But with military campaigns in Afghanistan, Iraq, Africa and other conflict zones, many of our soldiers are returning dismembered and beset with traumatic brain injury.
    read more

  • Our Situation

    Too often we forget that our military is an all-volunteer force—no required recruitment, no conscripted drafting. Our men and women in uniform actively choose to be our surrogates in warfare—to fight and defend the rights and freedoms we enjoy every day of our lives.
    But with military campaigns in Afghanistan, Iraq, Africa and other conflict zones, many of our soldiers are returning dismembered and beset with traumatic brain injury.
    read more

  • Our Situation

    Too often we forget that our military is an all-volunteer force—no required recruitment, no conscripted drafting. Our men and women in uniform actively choose to be our surrogates in warfare—to fight and defend the rights and freedoms we enjoy every day of our lives.
    But with military campaigns in Afghanistan, Iraq, Africa and other conflict zones, many of our soldiers are returning dismembered and beset with traumatic brain injury.
    read more

  • Our Situation

    Too often we forget that our military is an all-volunteer force—no required recruitment, no conscripted drafting. Our men and women in uniform actively choose to be our surrogates in warfare—to fight and defend the rights and freedoms we enjoy every day of our lives.
    But with military campaigns in Afghanistan, Iraq, Africa and other conflict zones, many of our soldiers are returning dismembered and beset with traumatic brain injury.
    read more