EXOS and the Lone Survivor Foundation are collaborating to provide physical rehabilitation, training, and nutrition support services to wounded service members. The Lone Survivor Foundation, which was founded by Marcus Luttrell, author of the 2007 #1 New York Times best-selling book, Lone Survivor, about his survival and loss of fellow service members in Operation Redwing, established the foundation to honor and remember American service members by providing unique educational, rehabilitation, recovery, and wellness opportunities to U.S. Armed Forces members and their families.
EXOS, which supports active military service members and branches through various training and education initiatives, also provides personalized rehabilitation, training, and nutrition services to injured and wounded military, law enforcement, firefighters, and first responders through The Comeback Initiative.
“We’re excited about the collaboration with EXOS, which will allow us to continue expanding on our mission of providing healing and wellness support to our wounded service members who can benefit from EXOS’ expertise and programs,” said Terry Jung, executive director of the Lone Survivor Foundation.
As part of the collaboration, EXOS’ specialists will support Lone Survivor Foundation retreats with physical therapy, training sessions, and nutrition education, and host events at EXOS facilities. The Lone Survivor Foundation will sponsor participants through The Comeback Initiative, allowing individuals to receive personalized rehabilitation support at EXOS facilities.
“We’re honored that the Lone Survivor Foundation has chosen us to collaborate to support their critical mission of supporting wounded service members,” said Alex Lincoln, vice president of tactical business development at EXOS. “Together, we share a passion for providing world-class services to the men and women who’ve sacrificed so much to protect our freedoms, and working with the Lone Survivor Foundation enables us to support more deserving individuals.”
If you’d like to support this collaboration, please consider making a donation to the project today.