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Volunteer Spotlight – Rebecca Fitzpatrick-Yancey

Volunteer Spotlight – Rebecca Fitzpatrick-Yancey

My name is Rebecca Fitzpatrick-Yancey.  I come from the Volunteer State, Tennessee; however, I currently live in League City, Texas.  I am proud to support veterans as a volunteer for Lone Survivor Foundation (LSF). Although my father was a veteran,…

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Land Of The Free, Support The Brave

Land of the Free, Support the Brave

As we celebrate America's independence, we thank all of the men and women who have protected our freedom through their service to our nation.  We’d like to introduce you to one of them:  Jeremiah Shock, a United States Marine whose…

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Lemonade For Murph

Lemonade for Murph

We would like to introduce you to a very special young man named Nicky who raised money for LSF in honor of LT. Michael P. Murphy at his lemonade stand.  Thank you, Nicky!  Never Quit! "My son wanted to do…

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Remembering Operation Red Wings

Remembering Operation Red Wings

Lone Survivor Foundation was founded in 2010 by retired Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell to honor the memory of his brothers in arms while providing real help to service members who are living with the invisible wounds of combat.  All of…

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Supporter Spotlight – Becky Fisher

Supporter Spotlight – Becky Fisher

Before I was born, my dad served honorably in the peacetime Army National Guard between the Korean and Vietnam Wars/Conflicts. To him, “serving is what you did” and Veteran’s Day “was for the combat vets”.  He instilled in my brother…

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Retreat Attendee Story – James C., USMC

Retreat Attendee Story – James C., USMC

Before the Lone Survivor retreat I was struggling to find my way in my C-PTSD world. As a former Marine and a medically retired police officer I had difficulty asking for help when I knew something was very wrong with…

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Volunteer Spotlight – Jonathan Forse

Volunteer Spotlight – Jonathan Forse

My name is Jonathan Forse and I am native Texan who was raised in a little town called Sealy about 30 minutes west of Houston. Both of my grandfathers served in the Army but they never really talked about it…

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