ARTV Video: The Lost Brigade Project

posted on December 4, 2015
Wounded veterans face multiple challenges as they transition back to civilian life, often lacking the camaraderie and companionship of fellow soldiers. The mission of The Lost Brigade Project is to bring together combat- and service-wounded veterans for a weekend of friendly 3-gun marksmanship. Since the family members of veterans also also sacrifice greatly, a goal of the project is to build camaraderie across all levels—families to families, spouses to spouses, children to children and veterans to veterans.

This recent American Rifleman TV segment takes place at the Peacemaker National Training Center in Gerrardstown, W.Va. Watch the video to learn more about The Lost Brigade Project and how you or a wounded veteran that you may know can get involved with this important mission.

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