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Ricochet’s warm embrace helps heal the psychological trauma of war.

Paying It Forward

Service dogs have proven to be a valuable resource for veterans coping with the physical and psychological trauma of their service.

But Ricochet’s unique brand of therapy includes surfing with her patients, letting them experience the healing power of companionship and the ocean.

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Written and performed by Steve Scott Country, “Have You Ever Known A Soldier” is a fantastic tribute to the brave men and women who have served, and continue to serve our country. Said to have been inspired by his two brothers and their experiences in Vietnam, as well as his wife’s involvement with the Army...

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You’re at camp, deep in the jungle. It’s raining. The enemy is closing in around you. The nearest reinforcements are more than 25 miles away. You and your fellow soldiers are low on ammunition. You’re wounded. What do you do?

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On August 10th, 2014, Carroll Dick celebrated his 105th birthday with friends and family, as well as with dozens of people he’d never met before. They came to pay respect, these strangers, to a man who continues to add to his beautiful life.

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