Semper Fi Fund Founder and CEO Karen Guenther: Honorary Marine

Washington, DC – It’s difficult to overstate how much of a privilege it is to be named an Honorary Marine. “I receive requests all the time for people to be named Honorary Marines,” said 35th Commandant of the Marine Corps General James F. Amos. “They send stacks of papers and binders making the case for…

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SEMPER FI

Ranch & Reata Magazine | A.J. Mangum | September 11, 2014 | Link to Article Horsemanship offers veterans relief from the traumas of combat. In 2002, Chris Lowe was a teenager from a small Texas town, a 19-year-old community college student with an ambition to serve his country. Following a family tradition of military service,…

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Mazda racer and U.S. Marine Liam Dwyer ready to race again

www.motorsport.com | Link to Article | Posted: 8/19/2014 at 6:18pm Hoping to repeat his Lime Rock win. When Hollywood scripts a racing movie, they tend to go overboard. Having an injured U.S. Marine Staff Sargent winning a professional race, in only his second start, just miles from where he grew up, on the third anniversary…

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Wounded veterans begin healing process in Big Horn Mountains

Q2-KTVQ TV | Jul 18, 2014 8:03 PM | by Aja Goare – Q2 News | Link to Article BILLINGS – Speaking of veterans, recovery through sport is the idea behind a program devoted to helping service men and women recover from traumatic injuries. It’s called the Semper Fi Fund, an organization helps wounded veterans…

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On Wisconsin: Danger and hospitality on the Mississippi River

July 06, 2014 8:00 am | By Barry Adams | Wisconsin State Journal | Link to Article PRAIRIE DU CHIEN – The mosquitoes are thick, the storms relentless and the river high. This is a dangerous time to be on the rain-swollen Mississippi River, especially for those with little experience on the water. The current…

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Young, active war wounded pushing medical science

Merced Sun Star | by JULIE WATSON | Associated Press | July 3, 2014 | Link to Article SAN DIEGO — The blood is not the most jarring part of the photograph taken shortly after the bomb blew off Marine Gunnery Sgt. Brian Meyer’s leg and hand. It’s his smile. The bomb technician had asked…

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