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RECENT NEWS

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 »

Vail Veterans Program hosts 23 wounded military on slopes this week
March 14, 2022

VAIL – From being nervous and overwhelmed to now being inspirational and thankful, that progression exemplifies what Crystal Radice-Dunblazer, a retired Army nurse, experienced with the Vail Veterans Program. Radice-Dunblazer is a below-the-knee amputee and had her amputation done at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, TX. She was there for most of 2019 doing… Read more »

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… Read more »

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Wounded Veterans visiting Vail get a taste of adventure while sharing stories

March 13, 2020

VAIL — If you asked central casting to send you overachievers, you’d get back any number of participants from the Vail Veterans Program.

Dan Berschinski and Steve Snell, for instance.

All that’s good, they say, but shared experiences and values are better — to be around people who understand what your life was like before, what you went through and how good it can be again.

“The military gives veterans shared background and values,” Berschinski said.

People without any military perspective might not understand, Snell said, as he looked around at the people in town for this week’s Vail Veterans Program session while hanging out at the Larkspur restaurant at the base of Golden Peak.

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