SSG SCOT NOSS
Mission Accomplished on Nov. 11, 2010
On Feb. 18, 2007, Army Staff Sergeant Scot Noss was severely injured when the Chinook helicopter he was riding in crashed in the mountains of Southern Afghanistan. Eight of the 22 service members did not survive the crash. Scot was severely injured, sustaining a severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). After being stabilized in Germany, Scot was transferred to Bethesda Naval Hospital in Maryland and later to the James A. Haley Medical Center in Tampa.
Scot enjoyed sports including running and football, which was his favorite sport for both watching and playing, he was also an avid reader. Homes For Our Troops, with the help of volunteers, donors and sponsors, presented Scot and his wife RyAnne a specially adapted custom home on Veterans Day in 2010. The home provides Scot with stability and a better quality of life.
- Albany Democrat-Herald, Dec. 28, 2018 HFOT home recipient Scot Noss was the inspiration behind his sister’s decision to donate a puppy to a nonprofit that trains service dogs. Read more.