4th ANNUAL FUNDRAISER DINNER

Benefitting

22+ Veterans Commit Suicide Each Day!

Operation Restored Warrior Heals PTSD to Prevent Suicide

96.4% of donations to ORW go to healing veterans, free of charge!

 

Warriors for Warriors 4th Annual Fundraiser Dinner

Dates and Locations

  • River Rock Restaurant and Marina Bar, 1600 Route 70, Brick, NJ. Phone: 732.840.1110
  • June 10th  7pm-11pm, Casual Attire•Tickets are $75 per person. Includes Dinner, Wine and Beer

About the Event

  • 22-30+ veterans commit suicide each day as a result of ineffective treatment from our government for their PTSD.  Join us for a special night with Navy SEALs and other Special Ops & Military Veteran warriors raising money for Operation Restored Warrior, that has a successful program to treat PTSD and prevent suicides.

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Limited seating available – this very touching event sells out each year!

Special Guests Include:

Kelly Snapp

Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) U.S Army, Delta Force

Kelly retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army after serving for 21 years. From 1985 – 1995, Kelly served in US Army’s highly secretive and elite special operation unit, Delta Force. Kelly served as squadron operations officer, troop commander, unit operations officer and finally as chief of combat development. He served in combat during Operations Just Cause and Desert Storm; as well as several other very important SECDEF deployments. As the Delta Force Operations Officer, LTC Snapp helped to lead the successful hunt for Pablo Escobar in support of the Government of Colombia.

Kelly’s military education/training includes: Airborne and Ranger school, Special Forces Qualification Course, Special Forces SCUBA School, Portuguese Language School, the 13-week Brazilian Ranger course known as “Comandos,” Delta Force Selection and 6-month Operator Training Course, Special Forces Military Freefall Course, and CGSC. Kelly’s highlighted awards include: Combat Infantryman Badge, Bronze Star with ‘V’ device, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal (2nd Award), Joint Meritorious Unit Award Valorous Unit Award, Senior Parachutist Badge, Military Free Fall Parachutist Badge, Special Forces Tab, SCUBA Diver Badge, and Brazilian Ranger (“Comandos”) Tab.

Since retiring from the Army, Kelly has been dedicated to his family – and serves to encourage other families overcoming challenges of a conflicted culture. As an independent consultant for the Defense Department, he was a Subject Matter Expert for the Irregular Warfare Support Office. While there, Kelly developed the “Caleb II Project” which has resulted in scores of successful attacks on and exploitations of enemy networks and cells during OIF and OEF. Although combat action was many years in the past; Kelly found himself mired in crises in April, 2009 when he attended his first ORW ‘Drop Zone.’ Kelly’s warrior heart was restored and he became dedicated from that time on to support veterans as a part of Operation Restored Warrior.

Pete

Retired United States Navy SEAL Captain and former leader at U.S. Special Operations Command

Pete is a TRUE warrior in every sense of the word. In total, he completed 14 combat deployments to 59 countries and 6 continents; Contributed to 19 operations in 28 countries; Led 3 Joint Special Operations Task Forces in Africa, Asia, and South America. As a result of Pete’s service accomplishments, he was awarded 33 Medals, including 5 Bronze Stars; 2 Defense Meritorious Medals; 4 Combat Action Ribbons; 2 Presidential Unit Citations; 2 Joint Unit Citations; Navy Unit Citation; and 3 Meritorious Citations

Pete is a career U.S. Navy SEAL warrior, who excelled in the Teams and after three major deployments where his combat capabilities were tested and proven and his character and reputation were honed, Pete was selected for the elite, U.S. Naval Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU aka SEAL Team 6), focused on counter-terrorism globally. Pete was deployed 8 times during his 11 years at DEVGRU, in support of Operation Enduring and Iraqi Freedom. He excelled in combat roles and ultimately commanded several different DEVGRU squadrons. Pete has participated in and led the highest profile Special Operations mission executed by the United State over the last 20+ years.

Pete also served as the Division Chief for Special Operations in the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff to oversee and coordinate all joint special operations with the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Global Combatant Commanders, Interagency, National Security Staff, and U.S. Congress, including 157 deployments and over 18,000 operator movements as well as all global clandestine activities.