Teen bikes cross country for injured Marines

By Linda McIntosh | U-T San Diego | utsandiego.com | August 3, 2012 CAMP PENDLETON – Billy Osterman, 16, raised $3,000 in a cross country bicycle ride to benefit the Semper Fi Fund, a nonprofit supporting injured Marines and their families. The former Fallbrook High School varsity Lacrosse player rode 2,500 miles over 45 days…

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MACG-38 Golf Outing raises money for Semper Fi Fund

By Pfc. Raquel Barraza | DVIDS | dvidshub.net | August 3, 2012 MARINE CORPS AIR STATION MIRAMAR, Calif. – Marine Air Control Group 38 held a golf outing fund raiser for the Injured Marines Semper Fi Fund at the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar Memorial Golf Course aboard MCAS Miramar, Calif., Aug. 3. The Injured…

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The Globe: Marine veteran bikes across America

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…

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Help Hot Rod Help Injured Marines

By Thom Taylor | Hot Rod | blogs.hotrod.com | July 25, 2012 This madness involves everything we like: competition, contests, ebay, good causes and cool old vans. Well, maybe not the last part, but Hot Rod is going to try and change your idea of what a cool project van should be with the help…

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Journey of the heart passes through Socorro

By Elva K. Österreich | DChieftain | dchieftain.com | July 19, 2012 When Marine Lance Cpl. Ben Maenza came back from Afghanistan in October of 2010, he found himself alone in a hospital, clothes gone, legs removed. Then the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund stepped in, flying his family in to be with him, buying…

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The Globe: Next generation leaders earn their stripes

By Amy Binkley | The Globe | camplejeuneglobe.com | July 19, 2012 Service members understand putting their personal safety at risk comes with the job description, but for military children, the idea of a parent in harm's way is a heavy burden. When warriors return home injured, whether physically or mentally, the weight on a…

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Men bike across U.S. to raise funds for wounded Marines

By Zahra Farah | GO San Angelo Standard-Times | gosanangelo.com | July 9, 2012 SAN ANGELO, Texas – Battling heat, hills and treacherous drivers, four men plan to bike 2,744 miles in 63 days to raise money for injured Marines coming from Iraq and Afghanistan. On recumbent bicycles, which place the rider in a reclining…

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Stafford business, Stafford Marine raise funds for wounded warriors

By Mike DiCicco/Quantico Sentry | InsideNova | insidenova.com | July 9, 2012 Stafford, VA – When Jersey Mike's Subs opened a sandwich shop in Stafford, franchise owner Pat Foley had a choice of charitable causes to donate to by giving away sandwiches. "Ninety percent of my employees have a relation to the Corps," whether they…

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