Fairfax, Virginia - Debbie Crews from the NRA Headquarters Range contacted us a few weeks ago to talk about an event at NRA Headquarters for the Enduring Pride Project. To quote from their website, “Project Enduring Pride is a community outreach program that works with and assists the severely wounded warriors returning from Afghanistan and Iraq and now recuperating at Military Medical Centers and Veterans Administrations Hospitals in the Washington, Richmond or Baltimore areas.”
Tomorrow, Tuesday the 24th, a group of these wounded warriors will arrive at the National Rifle Association to enjoy a little lunch, take a tour of the National Firearms Museum, and fire off a few rounds down in the range.
"Enduring Pride organizes trips like kayaking, fishing and tours for wounded soldiers," said Crews. "There will be approximately twenty soldiers at our event. I also invited their families to attend so they wouldn't miss out on any of the fun."
We'll have more on the visit on the Enduring Pride visit later this week. But if you can't wait until then, check out their website at www.enduringpride.org.