Two quotes about Ride for Heroes in New England:
“The biker community has a long history of riding to support veterans. We hope the Ride for Our Heroes can become another great tradition to honor those who suffer from the ‘invisible wounds of war’–post traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury. We are honored to work with the biker community on this event,” –John Parrish, MD, Director of the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program.
“It is rewarding to know that we have a partner in the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital’s Home Base Program assisting us in providing the additional support and services soldiers and their family members require. I’ll remember this inaugural Ride For Our Heroes for many reasons, but none more so than saying I helped do my part on the battlefield abroad and at home with the Home Base Program.” LTC Warren Bacote, Garrison Commander, Fort Devens, Mass., one of the six starting points for the Ride for Our Heroes
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(www.georgephotos.com).byColonel KonWednesday, October 19, 2011Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to PinterestMilitary Life:Col K,military family,PTSD,TBI,Veterans,Veterans Day,Wounded