My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for The Veterans Support Organization, Sunrise, FL, USA
Congressmen, Senators and Governors’, and even the greatest president, (Obama & Carter).
I ‘am a disabled veteran, honorably discharged. Having served in the
U.S.Army and obtained a secret security clearance with a Top secret Need to know.
I flew in a Twin Turbo Prop secret Plane that never existed, that went to places I have never been to, and operated cameras that have never been invented.
After I was presented with the opportunity of being a Color & Honor guard for President Carter (circa 1978) I left the army, with a service connected disability.
In Basic training I received an accelerated promotion; the reason was because of helping others. I became an E-2 that made me proud.
In AIT, advanced training I was assigned a squad leader. I was trained to fly in the Army; the Grumman OV-1 Mohawk is an armed military observation and attack aircraft, designed for battlefield surveillance and light strike capabilities. It is of twin turboprop configuration, and carried two crewmembers with side by side seating. The Mohawk was intended to operate from short, unimproved runways in support of United States Army maneuver forces.Sometimes we flew as high as 30 thousand feet, other times we flew as low as 10 feet, hence the cactus painted on the sides of our aircraft.
I have stated my service and quality’s, and honors, yet some are still confidential.
In late 2006 I lost my mother Carolyn (Dr. of Divinity) and later my grandmother, shortly afterwards I also lost my 1st wife. I became severely depressed and did not want to live.
Because of injury’s service connected I could not walk
In 2007 I discovered the Veterans Support Organization, who helped me dearly.
Actually Richard and Justin saved my life, both of them veterans,
BROTHERS IN ARMS,
While I was involved with V.S.O., I witnessed the organization helping veterans, many times.
One time in south Florida a veteran approached me and explained his wife & child would be evicted from a hotel, I replied “Call Rich” he is a good guy and will help you!
Within an hour, after Rich had me check his V.A. ID card, and then he went over to western Union to get a money order, they were ok.
This is one of many times I have witnessed the V.S.O. (& Richard & Justin) help others.
Recently my refrigerator went out and I need to keep my breathing medicine cool.
Justin had an older, but adequate donated refrigerator delivered. & saved my life, as the VSO does every day for others.
Richard and Justin have my phone number, if you want to question me about anything. (Applies to veterans who need help and congress/senators/presidents).
As I have stated earlier, the VSO is helping others, they are great & right.
I stand by what I have said.
GOD BLESSES ALL VETERANS & AMERICA!
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