Wounded warriors get back in the hunt

May 2009
Soldiers;May2009, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p26
The article offers information on the second year of the sponsorship of the Purple Heart Outdoors Tour for exposing wounded soldiers to different activities to provide them with confidence and morale. As stated, the tour was started by Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel (Lt. Col.) Dan Hammack who owns the Southern Wilderness Plantation. It is noted that the residents in the area supported the quail hunt as they worked as guides during the hunt.


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