The Globe | camplejeuneglobe.com | July 26, 2012
Tim Tuomey, a Marine Corps veteran, took to the road April 20 on a mission to raise awareness about the need for support for combat-wounded veterans. Tuomey called his mission to raise awareness Operation Awakening. More than 3,300 miles and 63 days later, Tuomey finished his long and arduous journey across America on the sands of Onslow Beach.
Operation Awakening was created to raise awareness and funding to help improve the health and welfare of returning Marines and Sailors. The money Tuomey raised was donated to the Semper Fi Fund to assist combat wounded service members and their families. Read the rest of this entry »