Adopt A Warrior Family For Christmas - Quantico Marine Corps Base

Able Forces dropped off Christmas presents at Quantico Marine Base yesterday for our Adopt A Warrior Family For Christmas program. Our thanks to the Regiment for their continued support. This old soldier loves his Marines!


Blanket Drop-off -- VA Medical Center - Martinsburg

I wish I had more photo's of the Blanket Drop-off at the Martinsburg VA Medical Center.  HUGE thanks to all the folks at the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) for their wonderful gifts of blankets to our Veterans in need donated this year on Veterans Day.  They were so appreciative.  We filled their storage area to overflowing.  75 veterans are benefiting from your kindness.  Merry Christmas and God Bless each of you.


Thank You National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) 

A  HUGE thank you to Shawna Ryan, Cathy Windfield-Jones, Amy Lewis, Alaina Schrager and the employee's of the NRECA for their wonderful donation of over 75 beautiful blankets collected on Veterans Day.  Able Forces will ensure that each one of these blankets goes to a needy Military or Veteran family.  God Bless all of you for your kindness and support.



Flight To The North Pole

Able Forces is honored to be selected by iHeartRadio as the non-profit organization assisting with the Flight To The North Pole event for children of local Wounded Warriors. Radio celebrity Kane of The Kane Show has worked on this concept for over 7 years and this year it has become a reality.
Able Forces is working closely with local military bases to identify families with "Santa-believing" children that will take a "flight" to the North Pole to personally meet with Santa, enjoy milk, cookies, and oh yes, receive presents. It will be an unbelievably memorable “flight” for sure!

NORVA Rod & Gun Club - Disabled Veteran Hunt

Steve Carter (lower right), Senior Manager-Operations at Able Forces once again teamed up with NORVA Rod & Gun Club, Virginia Hunter Education Association and Parker Crossbows to hold the 6th Annual Disabled Veteran Hunt.  This year 11 Disabled Veteran hunters from the local area joined together 9 through 11 October at the NORVA Rod & Gun Club for the hunt.  Not to be out done by previous year’s hunts, these hunters spent the weekend, eating home cooked meals like you would find at a resort, hunting with NORVA guides and enjoying in the comradery that all service members share.  As with previous hunts, Parker Crossbows provided the crossbows and accessories.  One of the highlights was one lucky hunter taking home one of the bows from this year’s free raffle.   A great time was had by all and we look forward to next year’s hunt.