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RECENT NEWS

VAIL VETERANS PROGRAM BRINGS BACK CAREGIVER RETREATS
October 6, 2022

VAIL – The Vail Veterans Program is wrapping up a winter and summer of beneficial programs that help military wounded and their families after taking a hiatus during COVID-19. Although the pandemic put a halt on many things, the military injured and their families were still going through their day-to-day struggles. Back this year were… Read more »

VAIL VETERANS PROGRAM BRINGS BACK POPULAR GOLF IN THE ROCKIES
September 2, 2022

VAIL – After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Vail Veterans Program’s Golf in the Rockies event is back. The four-day golf outing brings military injured to championship golf courses for some rounds of golf, clinics with PGA professionals, meals with fellow veterans and other fun activities. Over a dozen veterans from as… Read more »

VAIL VETERANS PROGRAM WELCOMES BACK SUMMER PARTICIPANTS
August 4, 2022

VAIL – After a two-year halt due to COVID-19 restrictions, summer programs are back for the vets participating in the Vail Veterans Program. The summertime version of the successful winter program brings military wounded and their families out for a week of fun, comradery and growth with the mountains as a backdrop. “Vail Veterans Program is… Read more »

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VAIL VETERANS PROGRAM BACK ON THE SNOW

January 28, 2022

VAIL – After almost two years, the Vail Veterans Program welcomed 11 veterans and their families back to Vail Mountain this week. The Vail Veterans Program, which was formed in 2004, offers military injured and their families free world-class therapeutic programs designed to build confidence, create lifelong relationships and tap into the freedom the mountains bring out in all of us.

Some vets come directly from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas, and the Naval Medical Center in San Diego, California. Other vets are literally veterans of the program and have been involved in these trips a few times, like Mark Haegele, a retired United States Marine Corps corporal, who has been to three programs in the past decade.

“I first came to the winter program 10 years ago, but I had come straight from Walter Reed and I don’t remember a lot,” said Haegele, who is a double above-the-knee amputee.

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