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Mercy Medical Angels
January 14, 2013

Recently, a gentleman that had requested air transportation for his brother wrote the following note to MMA. "Dear MMA, You lifted my brother up and flew him home so he might go home to God from here". It was a simple expression of appreciation for the air transportation MMA provided but it captured the essence of what MMA is all about; providing caring and timely transportation for those in need. The gratitude expressed by this gentleman best illustrates the results and outcomes of MMA's efforts each day in providing patients and family members the transportation needed for each unique case. As a Board member, I am privileged to witness this compassionate service to hundreds of patients each month.

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Board Member

March 15, 2010

Served 30 years in the Air Force including two combat tours. Personally experienced the trauma and stress that affects our men and women wounded in combat. ACV flys our wounded warriors to/from specialized treatment centers when no other organization is equipped to do so. ACV also provides air transport for a wounded warrior's family members to with them at the treatment facility. It is my privilege to support ACV financially and as a member of an affliated board.

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angels and heroes in thier own right. The pilots donate their time and aircraft willingly to fly these woulnded warriors. The staff of ACV are true "behind the scene" patriots as they insure each warrior is taken care of.

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About every six months

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Board Member & Support and attend the ACV Halos and Heroes annual recognition event.