To think of us on a day that changed our lives forever. Thank you for being there. I think if you weren't there and did what you did I wouldn't have felt so good about my day in Arlington National Cemetery. Thank you for thinking of the families of 8-6-11. God Bless all who were involved that day!!
Exceeded my expectations. Strange to get a call from Afghanistan to speak to an advisor... haha but had no clue that these guys were mostly deployed ALL the time. WARFIGHTERS!
0310 here in Kirkuk, Iraq. Glad to know our Warfighters are looking out for our brothers back home and abroad.
One year ago, almost exactly on the day, Warfighter gave me a call that forever changed my life. I was nearly homeless after leaving the military and couldn't find a job. The advisors at Warfighter and through their combat to contracts program helped me find a career with the Department of State. Thanks fellas, if there is anything you ever need.
Let me start by saying there are many... many, many, many.... terrible charities out there that do nothing but line their pockets under the guise that they help veterans. Warfighter, is not one of them. I greatly appreciate the opportunity you gave me to volunteer recently and got to see first hand that the individuals running Warfighter (which is by no means a small charity) are also working full time jobs (most of them work as PMC's in Afghanistan and Iraq) - that in itself was commendable. The fact that these guys are using their spare time (mostly all of it) to run this amazing charity - all while being in harms way and literally dumping money of their own pockets to keep it afloat. When they told me they didn't have an office I was pretty confused, but now I completely understand. Warfighter Foundation is ran by actual Warfighters. Semper Fidelis gentlemen!
Keep doing what you are doing. There are a lot of guys out there too selfish to help or too afraid to ask for help. You guys do help, even if you have no idea.
Hoping the 100 Mile Hike comes back! The last one y'all did was amazing and I enjoyed it so much. It was awesome to get together with brothers from the vet community. But even more so, knowing that we were doing it to raise awareness of Memorial Day and to honor the men of Operation Red Wings - topping it off with ending the hike to meet the surviving family members like Patsy Dietz and then surprisingly meeting J.J. Watt as well and legendary Navy SEAL Dave Hall.
I was at your screening of "American Sniper" and WOW!!!! I had no idea that Jeff Kyle (the brother of US Navy SEAL Chris Kyle) would be there and then not only that but Debbie Lee (the mother of US Navy SEAL Marc Lee) was also there and all the donations Warfighter raised benefited Debbie's foundation!!! Like holy cow, it was absolutely amazing (and free for veterans). It was great to mingle and talk with all the veterans and so many Navy SEAL's that had known and served with Chris. Then on top of that, seeing Derek Weida from all the Mat Best videos!!! I had no idea how well connected into the veteran community the Warfighter Foundation really was, I just kind of thought you guys were a small local group but I was so wrong. This is an astounding organization and that event blew my mind!!!!
Terrific group of men fighting for combat veterans!
Love this charity! Very excited to see you guys in D.C.!!!
Ignore the negative comments by those cowards. The anti troop supporter liberals can only try to hurt you by leaving negative reviews haha.
The couple of people who keep repeating the negative reviews on here are dishonorable and should be ashamed of themselves. This charity is the reason why I am not a homeless veteran or have committed suicide.