The Will To Serve | Dennis Brady and his family understand the meaning of dedication to honoring wounded veterans.
As part of the Chronotek perks program, passionate supporter Dennis Brady chose Wounded Warrior Project® as his charity of choice. Mr. Brady understands that wounded veterans bravely manage the challenges of visible and invisible wounds. Below is a letter by Mr. Brady showing his avid dedication to our nation's heroes:
"Our family would like to support The Wounded Warrior Project®. We have personally supported them for a few years. We live in a country now in which it has become acceptable to criticize the brave men and women who serve, fight, become injured and die to protect our right to free speech that is maliciously used against them. We love our country and have a great appreciation for men and women in uniform. We hold a special place in our hearts for these brave soldiers who become injured while serving. They have a long life and immense struggles ahead of them. From the WWP website:
“With advancements in battlefield medicine and body armor, an unprecedented percentage of service members are surviving severe wounds or injuries. For every US soldier killed in World Wars I and II, there were 1.7 soldiers wounded. In Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, for every US soldier killed, seven are wounded. Combined, over 48,000 servicemen and women have been physically injured in the recent military conflicts.”
It goes on to say that in addition to physical wounds, there are hundreds of thousands who are damaged mentally and emotionally with “combat-related stress, major depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder.”
Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) is deeply thankful to Dennis Brady and his family for their support of the WWP mission to honor and empower Wounded Warriors.