Veterans Day 2017: Support Disabled Veterans

Veterans Day 2017:

Support Disabled Veterans

Former Navy SEAL Ryan Parrot: ‘The Job for Americans Is to Make Sure We Never Forget’

Ryan “Birdman” Parrot, former Navy SEAL and founder and CEO of the non-profit Sons of the Flag joined Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow to discuss his organization’s mission, as well as specific veterans’ issues his organization helps address and Veterans Day in general.

Ryan realized that traumatic burns significantly impact not only the military community, but fire fighters, first-responders and civilians as well. Feeling called to help, Ryan established Sons of the Flag.

Sons of the Flag, a non-profit organization, founded in 2012, is vigilantly committed to supporting military, first responder, and civilian burn survivors by providing funding for innovative research, Fellowships for doctors to further their training in treating burn survivors, educational opportunities, and support for those impacted by a traumatic burn. To that end, Sons of the Flag brings together passionate community leaders, pioneering physicians, experienced military service members, dedicated first responders and purposeful civilians to complete the mission.

Support our wounded heroes this Veterans Day

Our support for veterans shouldn’t end when they come home — especially not when they have suffered a life-altering injury. Help our wounded heroes with a Veterans Day gift today, and every dollar will have TWICE the impact* to support the lifesaving programs and services they rely on each day.

 

Donate to Paralyzed Veterans of America

 

Veterans Day — Former Navy SEAL Ryan Parrot: ‘The Job for Americans Is to Make Sure We Never Forget’

 

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