HAVA Launches Long-Range Shooter Training Program

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posted on November 14, 2018
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Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA) has launched a new long-range shooter training program through its Learn to Shoot Again (LTSA) division. LTSA is HAVA's latest initiative, in which severely injured instructors teach advanced shooting skills to wounded students, to reconnect them with the sorts of outdoor activities they may have previously enjoyed. 

“Long range shooting skills are just one of the lessons that our LTSA instructors bring to these students, who deserve everything that we can do to inspire and assist in their recovery,” said HAVA Chairman Tom Taylor. “The fact that our instructors have each personally gone through the re-habilitation process after the loss of a limb or other severe injury is a real-life example for the student that recovery from tragedy is possible, and that the best part of life may still be in their future."

For more information, please visit honoredveterans.org.

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