Recent wars have taken a tremendous toll on all military families. And nowhere is that impact felt more than in the U.S. Special Operations Forces, routinely assigned to dangerous missions requiring immense valor and skill.
More than 1,800 members of the U.S. Special Forces have been wounded or killed in action while guarding the front lines of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan.
Nearly 70,000 Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine personnel serve in Special Operations – working more often and under broader conditions than ever before. More frequent, unpredictable and quickly-executed missions have increased personal hardships and casualties, both in operations and training.
Special Operations troops are often young, leaving behind young families that have not yet had time to achieve financial stability. Today, more than 900 children have lost parents in Special Operations missions.
Now these brave families need our help. Give back through the New England Warrior Benefit and Motorcycle Auction.