Monday, June 24, 2019
Dear Marine family members,

Supporting our troops has been the mission of for more than 16 years. The impact of the invisible wounds our warriors incur affects every member of the family. Education and support are paramount to overcoming the obstacles of this debilitating condition.

Today I want to share information on invisible wounds with you, including a free course, plus how Team Marine Parents participants and their fundraising help to make a difference in our outreach program, Warrior Support Team.

We hope you'll take time to learn more about the invisible wounds. And you can make a difference too; please consider a donation in the name of this week's featured Team Marine Parents marathon runner.

VA Caregiver Support offers many services to aid those who care for veterans. These veterans suffer from many ailments, but it can be the wounds that can't be seen that can affect them the most. VA Caregiver Support offers a free course through PsychArmor Institute to inform us on the four different types of invisible wounds: Traumatic Brain Injury, Post Traumatic Stress, Depression, and Substance Abuse.
Meet Amy Adams from
Team Marine Parents
Amy Adams is turning 50 years old and wanted to embark on the journey of running a marathon. She has always admired our men and women who serve in the United States Marine Corps. Her goal is to raise $500 for the outreach programs of Make a donation today to support our troops!
June 24, 2019, WE STILL HAVE BIBS and there's still time to join Team Marine Parents! Whether you're the family member of a Marine or the supporter of the Marine Corps, we welcome you to join our team this year.
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Marine's Career in the Corps.