Resilience In The Loss of Limb

The Story of our July Recipient Some aren’t the type to ask for help, some are the type to always give help. Anto is an infantry combat veteran who saw the dust of war in Afghanistan. He always volunteered to be at the front on patrols, despite the danger to himself. After he returned fromContinue reading “Resilience In The Loss of Limb”

Bright Spring’s OAT²H

Warrior Battalion Teams with Louisville-Based BrightSpring Health Services Two Louisville-native organizations, Warrior Battalion and BrightSpring Health Services, are teaming up for the second time in two years to advocate for military service members across the country. On July 25, 2023, BrightSpring President and CEO, Jon Rousseau announced that BrightSpring has adopted the goal of hiringContinue reading “Bright Spring’s OAT²H”

Surviving Being the Survivor

Indiana Survivor Outreach Services Goes There To Show Us How To Go On “Our flag does not move because of the wind, but because of the last breaths of the soldiers who gave their lives to raise it,” Author Unknown. To those who have suffered loss, we grieve with you. We honor your sacrifice andContinue reading “Surviving Being the Survivor”

Matt’s Incredible Bravery

Every month, we choose a recipient to donate $1000 to. Finding the words to express the incredible bravery of our recipient this month is no easy task, but let us explain the best we can. Matthew Hinkle has a 3 year old daughter, and he’s a single dad. Just last October, Matt found out thatContinue reading “Matt’s Incredible Bravery”

Neal’s Ceremony

Cornelius “Neal” Townsend accepted his scholarship from Sullivan University, provided by Warrior Battalion through our scholarship program, in front of a room FULL of people at Sullivan University in Louisville, KY on May 23.  Neal submitted his application for the scholarship on Warrior Battalion’s website and was selected by the Warrior Battalion board of directorsContinue reading “Neal’s Ceremony”