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Wounded Warrior USA is a 501 c-3 non-profit organization dedicated to honoring the members of the United States Armed Forces injured in combat, accidental injuries and illnesses.  The organization offers fishing trips and family focused outdoor activities to Active Duty Wounded Warriors and Gold Star Families.  The organization strives to activate civilian support to these individuals and their families as they rehabilitate from their combat and health issues.  Wounded Warrior USA is a non-profit organization.  Resources to conduct the activities of the organization are from fishing product companies, private donations, and fundraising events.  To date, WW USA pays no salaries or office rent.  Everyone involved is an unpaid volunteer and donates their time to insure that donations are used for events supporting Active Duty Wounded Warriors.  There are absolutely no charges for Wounded Warrior participation.  All fishing equipment, tackle, bait, and hot lunches are provided to the wounded by WW USA at every fishing event.

WWUSA support events have included nearly 400 Rehabbing Warriors at private ranch’s and public fishing areas in the Rocky Mountain Region.  Most events are personalized for the U.S. Army, Warrior Transition Battalion at Fort Carson CO.  The organization sponsors annual ice-fishing tournaments and 2015 will highlight the fifth annual “Warriors Ice Fishing Tournament”. Other annual events include, Wounded Warrior Family Fishing Day (3 yrs.), Warriors Top Water Tournament (2 yrs.), Wounded Warrior Trail Series – 10-K Run and Adaptive Cycle Race in Hartsel Colorado, and Hot Dog Days at Bass Pro Shop (fund raiser).

Wounded Warriors has been a guest of Colorado DECA at the Beautiful Broadmoor in Colorado  Springs. Devil Dog Coffee of Colorado sponsors the organization, as well as MKR International, Inc. The organization has continued support from the radio and television media covering its events. The non-profit secured a Colorado Parks and Wildlife Facility Fishing License (free fishing to patients) staying at the Fort Carson Evens Hospital, and the Warrior Transition Battalion, on July 3, 2011, (an annual renewable license). Warriors are able to fish without a fee or normally required license.

Bill Miller and Dave Bryant founded the organization in March 2009.  Mr. Miller serves as the Executive Director and Mr. Bryant serves as Operations Director. Bill is a service disabled Vietnam Veteran.  Dave is not a Veteran; however, he is dedicated to assisting in the rehabilitation and transition process of active duty personnel.  Wounded Warrior USA has dedicated patriotic volunteers Larry Sharrar Business Adviser, Mike Smith Program Coordinator, Sarah Will Program Coordinator, and an Advisory Committee made up of a cross section of the Colorado Community.

Wounded Warriors and DECA Workshops

Wounded Warriors and DECA Workshops

On behalf of Wounded Warrior USA, we want to congratulate all DECA high school student on their hard work, dedication and achievements at the 2015 – Colorado State DECA Conference at the Broadmoor, Colorado Springs, CO.  Each student attending from high schools across Colorado represents the character of optimism in future leadership. Guest Speaker Aaron M. Termain, Lieutenant Colonel Commanding, Warrior Transition Battalion Fort Carson invited wounded warrior recipients of the Purple Heart or illness to share their stories with two one hour student filled workshops.   Presenters  outlined their injury or illness with experiences utilizing the rehabilitation and healing process with passion, focus, commitment and performance.  LTC Termain exemplified wounded  warriors experiencing healing through Adaptive Sports and the Par-Olympic Warrior Games.  All presenters challenged and encouraged each student to find their passion, stay focused and remain committed in their life journey to lead and remain resilient. Thank you Everett “Ev” Vaughan, Colorado DECA State Advisor, Asst. Program Director Business & Marketing, Colorado Community College Systems for inviting Wounded Warrior USA to host the t Adaptive Sports Workshops.

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