Marine on Horseback Fights for Fellow Veterans

Posted: Jun 26, 2014 9:26 PM EDT | Updated: Jun 26, 2014 9:32 PM EDT | By Kristin Tallent, Anchor/Reporter – email | Link to Article TUPELO, Miss. (FOX13) – Saddling up for those who have fought for our country. Marine veteran Matt Littrell, who served two tours in Iraq, is riding his horse coast-to-coast…

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SURVIVE. RECOVER. LIVE. See Rob Jones' documentary of his journey!

We all watched in amazement as Rob Jones embarked on his incredible 5,181 mile cross-country bicycle journey to bring support and awareness to our wounded, the Semper Fi Fund and others. Today, Rob released a documentary of his bike ride and it’s filled with heart-warming insight to his humble grit and determination, and the challenges…

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Former USMC colonel on track to run 25 marathons this year

U-T San Diego | By Tom Pfingsten | 6 a.m.June 22, 2014 | Link to Article FALLBROOK — For Hank Donigan, a 58-year-old Marine Corps veteran who retired a colonel in 2007, the magic number is 25. That’s how many marathons Donigan plans to run by the end of 2014, and it’s no pipe dream,…

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Marine vet treks across the country

WTVA | Reported by: Trevor Gray | Published: 6/24 5:47 pm | Link to Article ITAWAMBA COUNTY, Miss. (WTVA) –A Colorado man, making his way across the country, made a stop in Mississippi on Tuesday. Matt Littrell, a veteran, is making the trip to raise money for the Semper Fi Fund to help his fellow…

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Golf tournament raises money for wounded warriors

KFMB-TV (CBS 8) | Posted: Jun 23, 2014 9:02 PM EDT Updated: Jun 23, 2014 11:25 PM EDT | Link to Article VISTA, CA (CBS 8) – More than 100 golfers teed off in the North County Monday in support of our wounded warriors. The third annual Semper Fi Open Golf Tournament was held Monday…

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A Decade of Dedication

Since 2004, the Semper Fi Fund has given more than 71,500 grants to post-9/11 service members and their families for a wide range of assistance, totaling more than $91 million. While the numbers are impressive, they’re just the smallest part of what we’ve accomplished.