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.

Erick

My name is Erick Revolorio and I served in the US Navy for a Naval Squadron, VFA-22, out of NAS Lemoore, CA. I did a deployment to the Persian Gulf in 1993 on the carrier USS Abraham Lincoln which was sent to enforce the no-fly zone in the Iraq/Kuwait area and later to assist along…

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Veronica

My name is Veronica Hernandez. I am originally from Oakland, California. Growing up in a city full of gang violence and poverty, I didn’t see myself being a product of my environment. I wanted to embrace what the world has to offer and travel and explore new endeavors. I knew I wasn’t going to be…

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Thomas

My name is Thomas Brown and I would like to introduce myself to this group because I have been lucky enough to have found them when I needed them the most Just to give a little bit of background, I am an Army veteran of nine years. I spent two of those years in Iraq…

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Skylar

My name is Skylar Brown, and I am brand new to the group, so I wanted to take the time to introduce myself and explain a little bit about my background, and how I have been helped by this amazing organization. I am veteran of the US Navy, where I served for four years as…

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Jorge

…my name Jorge Zamora and it’s a pleasure to introduce myself. I joined the Marine Corps infantry immediately after high school and served four honorable years. A few years later in 2005 I “got the call” that I would be recalled to service, and was attached to a reserve unit deploying to Iraq. During that…

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Wounded Heroes of America Thomas Jennings

Thomas

My Name is Thomas Jennings and I’m a Disabled Veteran. I joined the Marines in 1996, I was stationed at Camp Pendleton and went to the Amphibious Assault School in Del Mar. I served 9 years and 8 months and loved being at the tip of the spear. I went overseas 3 times which include…

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