by NRA Staff - Saturday, April 30, 2011
The Folds of Honor Foundation, a charity dedicated to providing scholarships for the families of veterans injured or killed in the line of duty, was on hand today at the 2011 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits to honor NRA Publications Executive Director Joe Graham for his continued support of the Folds of Honor program. In turn, Graham vowed that NRA Publications would keep informing readers about Folds of Honors' good works.
In the video below, Folds of Honor Founder Maj. Dan "Noonan" Rooney presents Mr. Graham, a Vietnam veteran and avid supporter of the Folds of Honor mission, with a commemorative leather A2 flight jacket as a symbol of both his military service and dedication to the program's values. Major Rooney noted that the iconic jacket, " ... dates back to the B-51 fighter pilots who turned the tide of World War II."
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