Welcome. Please take a moment and meet our beneficiaries; some of our beneficiaries are Wounded Service members and their families and some are Surviving Spouses and their children of our Fallen Heroes. All have made sacrifices for our Country. We consider them all Heroes and part of our family here at Wounded Heroes of America.

In some cases, we reach out to them offering help and other times they reach out to us in need of help and support. The majority of our beneficiaries have either been injured or their spouses have been killed in Operation Enduring Freedom or Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Our goal is to assist them financially each month for up to 18 months. If they have other needs and/or are in need of support, then we try to help with that as well (i.e. legal or financial matters, procuring special equipment, etc.). We want to help them as a way to say thank you for the sacrifices they have endured. Our hope is to create a long lasting friendship with them.

So, please take a look at this section. We created it to not only introduce our beneficiaries, but more importantly to honor and recognize the sacrifice they have made and continue to make as a result of their service to our Country. We must make sure that their sacrifice is never forgotten. Please join us in this endeavor.

Welcome. Please take a moment and meet our beneficiaries; some of our beneficiaries are Wounded Service members and their families and some are Surviving Spouses and their children of our Fallen Heroes. All have made sacrifices for our Country. We consider them all Heroes and part of our family here at Wounded Heroes of America.

In some cases, we reach out to them offering help and other times they reach out to us in need of help and support. The majority of our beneficiaries have either been injured or their spouses have been killed in Operation Enduring Freedom or Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Our goal is to assist them financially each month for up to 18 months. If they have other needs and/or are in need of support, then we try to help with that as well (i.e. legal or financial matters, procuring special equipment, etc.). We want to help them as a way to say thank you for the sacrifices they have endured. Our hope is to create a long lasting friendship with them.

So, please take a look at this section. We created it to not only introduce our beneficiaries, but more importantly to honor and recognize the sacrifice they have made and continue to make as a result of their service to our Country. We must make sure that their sacrifice is never forgotten. Please join us in this endeavor.

Javier:

My name is Ronald Javier Enequesalazar. I was born in Lima, Peru. Country located in South America. In the year 1991 I was brought to the United States of great America by my parents for a better life. I was 8 years old when I arrived to this country. I started 4th grade and went…

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Isaac:

Greetings Fellow Veterans and Family,   My name is Isaac Norales, and I am a combat veteran of the United States Marine Corps. I severed from August 2004 to April 2013 (8yrs, 8mos) and toured four times to the Middle East; three to Iraq, and once to Afghanistan. During my time in, I have visited…

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Alvin:

Hello Warriors My name is Alvin Reyes. I would first like to say Thank You to all the Warriors for their sacrifices and choice to defend our county and the world. My journey with the military family started when I was a child. I grew up in the city of Hawthorne. I come from a…

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Will:

To all my fellow warriors:   I hope this letter finds you in good spirits. My name is Willabert Bonet but everyone calls me Will for short. I served in the United States Marine Corps from August 2002 to August 2006. I was born and raised in Brooklyn East New York. I never thought about…

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Carlos:

Dear fellow veterans, I served 9 years in both the Marine Corps and in the Army. I realized that regardless of the branch of service we have served in or which campaign we took part in, we are all brothers/sisters in arms. I was injured while serving in Iraq in 2003.As a result of my…

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Tristan:

My fellow service men and women, Hello my name is Tristan Duncan; I am married to my wife Elizabeth going on 3 years now.  We just moved into a gated community in Anaheim and I am currently attending school in Norco for video game design.After I graduated high school in 2001, I took some time…

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Joe

My name is Joseph Anzack, Sr. I became a part of 9-11 in 2007 when my son Joseph Jr. was missing, DUSTWUN, for 11 days from May 12th to May 23rd, there were 7 soldiers and 1 interpreter (Don’t know his name) that were in the battle of the crater. My son Joseph Anzack Jr,…

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Alex:

First thing, I would like to wish everybody a Happy New Years. My name is Cpl Alexander A Hernandez U.S.M.C. and my story is much like all you’re ok I will start of when I was a kid I was born in the great 1985. Since as long as I can remember I always wanted…

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Oscar:

I have been deployed to combat 3 times, totaling 40 months. I have been home now for 6 years now and I am still in transition mode. I know it’s not easy, and I am very thankful to WHOA for all the help they have provided. I know it’s tough and for people like Mike…

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Brandon:

My name is Brandon J. Douglas and I am a United States Veteran.  I served in the United States Navy as an airman and advanced to the pay grade of petty officer third class prior to my honorable discharge after serving four exciting years. I remember the moment I saw the planes hit the twin…

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