These wounded veterans were recently awarded with MTM Watches as a sign of our appreciation for their service. Serving as Peer Support Facilitators with Wounded Warrior Project, these veterans have transitioned from recovery to being warriors helping other warriors in need. Jamie Landin (left) received an MTM Patriot Watch, and John Sanders (right) received an MTM Hypertec Chrono.
Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) is a charity organization that provides service to military veterans and service members that have suffered a physical or mental injury, illness or wound during their military service on or after September 11, 2001. WWP has over eighty-five thousand registered warriors and over sixteen thousand registered family members within their Alumni. Many warriors sustain physical injuries, but it is estimated that over four-hundred thousand suffer from invisible wounds, otherwise known as PTSD or post-traumatic stress disorder. Whether or not military members have endured physical or mental injuries, Wounded Warrior Project takes a holistic approach to helping the wounded heal their mind and body through four pillars, engagement, mind, body and economic empowerment.
MTM Special Ops has supported Wounded Warrior Project for a number of years, and is extremely grateful for WWP and their mission. Through partnership, collaboration and a common goal, MTM Special Ops and Wounded Warrior Project continues to give back to our invaluable troops. Enjoy the watches!