From Josh S. (USMC Veteran, Athlete, Gold Medal Olympian)

To all the veterans out there that are just sitting on the couch maybe not doing what they need to be doing, that are not really getting out there because they’re thinking about things that they could be doing at this point in life but can’t because of their injuries,

Find something you used to do in the past.  Try it again.  See if it works out for you and if not…try something new.

Josh S. (veteran of the United States Marine Corps, athlete, served as alternate Captain for the U.S. Paralympic Team that won the gold medal at the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.  Scored the game winning goal in the 1-0 victory over Russia in the gold medal game)

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The game winning goal that won the Olympic gold medal!
The game winning goal that won the Olympic gold medal!

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From Ken B. (Fitness Enthusiast)

To the men and women who fight and serve our country,

I wanted to take the time the first let you know how appreciative I am for your service and your dedication to our country and our liberty.

Your hard work and effort has not gone unnoticed. Countless people around the country not only support you but are praying for you. I am one of the many.

I do make it a point to smile, wave or even say thank you to military personnel when I see them here in the states.

There is a sense of pride when I see you. Knowing that we have the best men and women protecting our liberty and laying their lives on the line daily.

Please know that we love you, we are praying for you and we support you and all that you do. Thank you very much for all that you do.  Stay strong.

Sincerely, Ken

Ken B.