Veterans: Join the FOB

What We Offer

On-Site Events

We have a variety of locations on the property to host both indoor and outdoor events. Naming opportunities are available for all locations. The structures/areas that we currently have include a 5,000 sf rustic barn, locally preserved cottage, 500 y d rifle and pistol range, 5-person skeet shoot, 20 acre dove field, and four stocked ponds.

Hands-On Activity

Having a task to focus on and complete is a positive distraction for Veterans. Part of being on the FOB will involve participating in property aintenance tasks that will be selected by the Veteran based on their interest and skills.

Golfing

In partnership with local golf courses and instructors, we will provide opportunities for Veterans to learn or enhance their golf skills. Golf can be used as a rehabilitation tool and allows Veterans another social opportunity to focus on a specific skill while outdoors.

Service Dogs

A place for training Labs for Liberty (L4L) service dogs, pair the service dog with Veterans, and train the Veteran how to utilize their service dog. We will also have service dogs on-site for Veterans to interact with.

Recreational Shooting

Recreational shooting on a skeet range, pistol range, and rifle range. This non-clinical, therapeautic activity will work to reestablish their confidence by allowing them to hone in on one of their many sills they acquired while serving.

Fitness

Working out can help keep your thinking, learning and judgement skills sharp, and reduce the risk of depression and anxiety and improve sleep.

Fishing

Our property and local community Veterans have access to both fresh and saltwater fishing.

Beach Days

Due to our close proximity, Veterans will have the opportunity to get some saltwater therapy and Vitamin D.

Hunting

Veterans have the ability to participate in a variety of hunting sports including pheasant, dove, quail, deer and turkey.

“You have literally created a life-saving venue to honor the legacy of our nationa’s heroes, and offer a vehicle to those of us who may need a way to reclaim the strength of the brotherhood that shaped and kept us safe during times when we operated in harm’s way.”

– David Fuka, Ret. U.S. Coast Guard, Lieutenant Commander

“One of the best therapy sessions I have had in many years occured tonight. We all have our demons, we all struggle in our own way, but this is a place for us all to come together. Hunt, fish, shoot, sit by a fire, camp out, or just be around those who understand and most importantly a place to relax and have an ear to listen! Check it out, you won’t be disappointed, you will be re-established to your “why” in life!”

– USMC GySgt Sean Kaspar

Join the FOB.