Operation Song Produces Album for Gold Star Families
Bob Regan and Mike Byer of Operation Song, a non-profit, fully volunteer music production organization tells the stories of military veterans through song.
Operation Song Album for Gold Star Families - April 3, 2022
Operation Song’s 7th Album
- My Hero, My Soldier, My Son
- Go Thank a Marine
- Harley’s in Heaven
- That Would be Ben
- Live and Die a Marine
- Gold Star Mom
- Love, JT
Over 1,000 Songs to Date
The program started with weekly sessions at the VA Medical Center in Murfreesboro, TN under the supervision of a music therapist. Groups of as many as 8 veterans would tell stories about their military service and professional songwriters would transform them into song. The format gradually evolved from writing group songs to focusing on the individual veterans or service members and their experiences.
Operation Song soon began sponsoring weekend retreats around the Southeast in Ft. Benning, GA, Chattanooga, TN, Little Rock, AR, Pensacola, FL, and as far away as New York City, NY. To date, Operation Song has written over 1,000 songs with veterans of WWII to those currently serving.
There has never been, nor will there ever be, a charge to any veteran or family member for our services. It is our honor to serve those who have served.
For More Information: www.OperationSong.org
Wheelchairs For Warriors – RESCHEDULED
Wheelchairs for Warriors provides custom-fit wheelchairs, designed specifically to the individual warrior’s physical and lifestyle needs.
Engineered to Fit the Warrior
Wheelchairs for Warriors provides custom-fit, complex-rehab mobility solutions to ensure wounded veterans and first responders can rejoin their lives at the highest level possible with custom-fit, complex-rehab, INDEPENDENT mobility and function and …ROLL STRONG!
W4W can accommodate any limitations in detail (i.e. sip and puff, chin, head, finger, foot, shoulder, etc.) We have built chairs operated by finger(s), eye(s), mouth, chin, head, or breath.
Donate a Wheelchair
W4W accepts power wheelchairs. We will need the serial number, photograph and address where the wheelchair is located. For exact instructions please call 832-621-9435 do NOT call our main phone number.
For more information: www.wheelchairsforwarriors.org
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