Homes For Our Troops COVID-19 Update

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Dear HFOT Family, As we continue to progress through this COVID-19 situation, our first priority remains the health and wellness of our Veterans and employees, and our concern for our supporters and volunteers. Homes For Our Troops remains completely operational, with office phones forwarded to employees working remotely, and we are maintaining our secure electronic …

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Honoring Vietnam War Veterans Day

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  It has been 47 years since our forces came home from the war in Vietnam. As in all conflicts, these Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, and Coasties did not ask to go to war. Our country sent them, and they willingly and bravely stepped forward to do their duty. Some volunteered to go; some were …

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Five facts about the Medal of Honor

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  March 25 marks Medal of Honor Day, a date set aside to recognize those who have been awarded the United States’ highest military decoration for valor in action against enemy forces. We at Homes For Our Troops honor these Medal of Honor recipients on this day and every day for their courageous acts of …

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Why we’re lucky to have donors like you

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  On St. Patrick’s Day, we want you to know how lucky we feel to have you as one of our valued Mission Supporters. Here are a few reasons why your generosity matters so much to our mission of building and donating specially adapted custom homes for severely injured post-9/11 Veterans: You keep our mission …

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Then & Now: Marine SSgt Omar Milan

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  THEN: Immediately after being seriously injured in Afghanistan in 2012, Marine Staff Sergeant Omar Milan’s main concern was getting back to his family. He had lost his right leg and several fingers in an improvised explosive device (IED) explosion, and his condition was so severe his wife, daughters, parents, and sister traveled to be …

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