It’s been a wild three years, and MURPH: The Protector is now available.
I hope to post more often, and properly thank those that helped make it happen.
Coming soon. Details are here.
Military veterans returning from overseas deployments are facing very serious issues as they re-acclimate into civilian society.
Many of these men and women are dealing with PTSD and/or combat stress, and may have no idea how to deal with it.
The folks at Hidden Wounds are doing amazing work on behalf of these heroes. Please pass the word and help our brothers and sisters get the help they need:
We had some database issues over the summer that have since been repaired. The archives are once again searchable, and I hope to have a new custom WordPress theme installed in the very near future.
Stand by for heavy rolls.
The UDT-SEAL Association is pleased to welcome athletes from National Football League to the SEAL Heritage Center on February 1, 2011 for a fundraiser event supporting the Member Life Assistance and Community Outreach programs at the SEAL Heritage Center, Joint Expeditionary Base, Little Creek, Virginia.
This event will bring the experiences of the NFL from those who lived it to the citizens and youth of Hampton Roads.
Event tickets are $50.00 and will include a facilitated question and answer forum, dinner and open interaction with the players.
Unable to attend, please consider making an individual or sponsor level donation to allow one or more high school athletes from lower income districts to have a chance to meet positive roll models who made their education and contributions to the community their priority while competing in professional sports.