In 1998, the Air Warrior Courage Foundation (AWCF) was formed by the membership of the Red River Valley Fight Pilots Association (RRVA). This action was taken in recognition of problems being increasingly faced by active, retired and/former members of the U.S. military, their families and our nation at large. Areas of interest include: The need to expand “caring for our own” programs and activities to assist disabled, needy former members and their dependents of the U.S. Armed Services; widows and orphans of deceased Veterans facing medical-incident related expenses beyond their ability to reasonably meet.
To receive assistance, interested persons must get a referral from a government organization, like the Department of Veterans Affairs.
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The Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes was established in 2004 to provide severely wounded veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and their families, with emergency financial assistance and other support services to help them recover from their injuries and rebuild their lives.
Operation Second Chance, Inc., a 501 (c) 3 organization, supports wounded servicemen and women recovering at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (Bethesda, MD) and veterans who have a 70% or higher disability rating.