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WOUNDED VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES LEARN LESSONS ON AND OFF THE SLOPES IN VAIL
VAIL – Sometimes you have to do hard things.
For Jacob Sevy, a Senior Master Sergeant with the U.S. Air Force, he knows that statement all too well.
Sevy is one of 17 wounded veterans taking part in the annual Winter Family Program put on by the Vail Veterans Program, a nonprofit that was founded in 2004 and brings military wounded and their families to Vail for healing and connection.
Many of the veterans who attend have physical wounds, but for Sevy, it’s the mental wounds from back-to-back deployments and trying to pretend that everything is fine that ails him.
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