Airlift Research Foundation
July 27, 2011
Airlift Research Foundation funds research that promises to save limbs of our military men and women, my peers who life and limb for all of us. To date, during my board service, researchers funded by Airlift grants are promising science and advancements which may have enhanced my personal recovery in 2004, when I lost my leg in Iraq. They are working with load bearing scaffolds, UVC light infection control, and other things that might have preserved at least 8 inches of my residual limb on the battlefield in 2004. I serve Airlift because these potential advancements can help my comrades who are still in the fight.
Retired Lieutenant Ed Salau, Infantry.
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I would like to see more industry experts join our Board, so we can grow stronger to touch more researchers with more grants.
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