While I’m a day late for Veterans’ Day, I’m still always thankful and supportive of our veterans. My husband is an Air Force veteran, and my grandfathers were veterans. Like others, I’ve gone to school with veterans and call veterans my friend. Everyday I’m thankful for the sacrifice veterans give for our freedoms, so I can continue to celebrate my freedom of speech with my career. So every day is Veterans’ Day for me.
I wanted to shine a spotlight on a growing upstart that is dedicated to helping wounded veterans live their lives in manners maybe they could not afford. I was lucky to do a profile on Oscar Mike, an apparel company with a mission–assist injured veterans in achieving their physical rehabilitation goals–for Western Shooting Horse Magazine.
As the company says: The term “Oscar Mike” comes from military radio jargon used on the front lines. It translates to “On the Move”. To us, being Oscar Mike means being active, staying positive and living life to its absolute fullest.
Illinois native Noah Currier started the American-made company on Nov. 11, 2011. The products are high-quality and inspiring to wear.
Read more with this PDF: Oscar Mike: Keeping Disabled Veterans on the Move