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Vail Veterans Program hosts four dozen injured military veterans and their families
February 3, 2020

VAIL — Yes, Vail is a place on the map, but for the four dozen people in town this week for the Vail Veterans Program winter family session, Vail is a place in their hearts. Among them, the Damon Johnson clan is in town from San Antonio. The Schumacher crew is in from San Diego…. Read more »

Vail Veterans Program, Human Performance Institute helps vets embrace life after the military
January 13, 2020

VAIL — Changing your life is not complicated — it’s just work. And what’s true now about you does not have to be true forever, not if you don’t want it to be. That’s the message Chris Diaz delivered to a Vail Veterans Program group in town for a three-day session with the Johnson &… Read more »

Vail Veterans Program reunites soldiers who crossed paths in Iraq in 2004
September 9, 2019

VAIL — Families stick together, it’s what families do. “We’re family. We are not alone,” Steve Dabroski told a group of wounded combat veterans in town for the Vail Veterans Program’s summer golf session. Dabroski and Jeremy Knutson hadn’t seen each other since a rocket-propelled grenade ambush hit Dabroski’s Marine unit in Iraq. Read the… Read more »

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Vail Veterans Program hosts four dozen injured military veterans and their families

February 3, 2020

VAIL — Yes, Vail is a place on the map, but for the four dozen people in town this week for the Vail Veterans Program winter family session, Vail is a place in their hearts.

Among them, the Damon Johnson clan is in town from San Antonio. The Schumacher crew is in from San Diego.

One of Johnson’s medical team suggested the trip to relieve his stress and frustration. It’ll help him find his happy place, his therapist said.

“Before this, I hadn’t been in my happy place since I was a child,” Johnson said.

“Try it,” his therapist said.

The Johnsons are glad they did. Vail, it turns out, is Johnson’s happy place. When the family leaves, he said he’ll take his happy place with him.

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