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The Navy SEAL Foundation’s mission is to support all active-duty and veteran Navy SEALs, Special Warfare Combatant-craft crewmen, and Naval Special Warfare support personnel, as well as provide ongoing assistance to their spouses and children. They focus on three different areas of care: family services and command support, educational programs and legacy preservation.

The Foundation ensures that all families are taken care of while their spouses are away on duty or provided for if killed in action. They have in place educational programs that include scholarships and funding for all military children and spouses to ensure they have the best opportunities in life. Finally, they strive to keep the history and heritage of the NSW community recognized and remembered, despite the often clandestine nature of the warriors’ missions and deeds. They do this by providing funding for monuments and memorials around the nation to make sure they are never forgotten. To learn more about The Navy SEAL Foundation and what they do, visit their website here.

Survival Straps Has Donated Over $1,000,000 To Date

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