Mission Outdoors doesn’t just show American heroes an adventure. We draw them into community, rebuild their hope, and change their futures.
When Brandon, a US Army Captain, accepted a spot on a Mission Outdoors boat at the 2017 Washington Tuna Classic, he didn’t think he was in for anything more than a fun time and a fishing tournament.
But he got so much more. Here’s the note he wrote to the Mission Outdoors team after the
In the days after September 11th, 2001, Matt Houston had a choice:
Stay in his new career . . . or serve his country. He chose the military and never looked back. After less than a year of training in Texas, Matt landed on the ground in Kuwait. He helped establish Camp Liberty.
Nothing was the same for Jason after he returned home to America after a year spent in Samara, Iraq, in 2002-2003, as a military policeman. In Iraq, though he was frequently shot at by RPGs and mortars, he developed a sense of family among the others he was serving with.