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The Long Recovery. (A Soldier’s Fight Against PTSD)

Jaques (last name excluded for confidentiality purposes) was a US Army combat soldier who served in Afghanistan. He returned to the United States after an IED explosion went off, sending him flying over eight feet from where he was standing. As a result of that explosion, two of his fellow soldiers were not as lucky as Jaques, and were killed.

Grey Team Joins #GivingTuesday

Grey Team Joins #GivingTuesday Grey Team will participate in our first-ever #GivingTuesday on December 3, 2019 to raise funds to

Lt. Gen. Charles “Chuck” Pitman | A Hero To Be Remembered.

Retired Lt. Gen. Charles “Chuck” Pitman Sr., whose heroics in piloting a helicopter that allowed police to shoot and kill sniper Mark Essex earned him the gratitude of city leaders, was 84. In nearly four decades as a Marine, including three combat tours in Vietnam, Pitman earned numerous medals: including Silver Stars for valor, Distinguished Flying Crosses and a Purple Heart. But in an interview with The Times-Picayune in 2013, Pitman said perhaps his proudest achievement was being named an honorary New Orleans Police Department captain for flying the helicopter that turned the tide as police exchanged gunfire with Essex. Pitman never sought permission from his superiors to fly that mission, he said, only forgiveness. “The thing with him was, if you’re going to be a Marine, you’ve got to do what you’ve got to do,” his son, Charles Pitman Jr., said. “He was always happy he did what he did.”
Recent photo of Grey Team fitness area in Boca Raton, FL. 04/27/2020 - Cary Reichbach

Grey Team COVID-19 2020 Update

As of the end of April, 2020, we are pleased to announce that 90% of the physical build out for Grey Team’s Headquarters has been completed. Now we need your help more than ever.

Tribute to Marine Cpl. Rory Patrick Hamill​

A combat-injured Marine veteran, a father of three, a man who dedicated his life upon returning from war to mentor and support his fellow veterans. Not only did he sacrifice on the battlefield, but he also continued to sacrifice here at home.

Michael “Murph” Murphy

Born on May 7, 1976, Michael “Murph” Murphy became a US Navy SEAL, deployed to Afghanistan, and was posthumously awarded

First Annual Memorial Day Veteran Meet-Up

Grey Team‘s first annual Memorial Day Veteran Meet Up was a resounding success! Those who brave the torrential rains were
grey team memorial day event in boca raton florida

A Bright Memorial Day Weekend At Grey Team.

BOCA RATON, Florida. (CBS12) — Just in time for Memorial Day weekend, a new facility in Boca Raton is now offering unique treatment options for veterans struggling with pain, addiction, PTSD and isolation.

Michael “Murph” Murphy

Born on May 7, 1976, Michael “Murph” Murphy became a US Navy SEAL, deployed to Afghanistan, and was posthumously awarded

Tribute to Marine Cpl. Rory Patrick Hamill​

A combat-injured Marine veteran, a father of three, a man who dedicated his life upon returning from war to mentor and support his fellow veterans. Not only did he sacrifice on the battlefield, but he also continued to sacrifice here at home.
Recent photo of Grey Team fitness area in Boca Raton, FL. 04/27/2020 - Cary Reichbach

Grey Team COVID-19 2020 Update

As of the end of April, 2020, we are pleased to announce that 90% of the physical build out for Grey Team’s Headquarters has been completed. Now we need your help more than ever.

Lt. Gen. Charles “Chuck” Pitman | A Hero To Be Remembered.

Retired Lt. Gen. Charles “Chuck” Pitman Sr., whose heroics in piloting a helicopter that allowed police to shoot and kill sniper Mark Essex earned him the gratitude of city leaders, was 84. In nearly four decades as a Marine, including three combat tours in Vietnam, Pitman earned numerous medals: including Silver Stars for valor, Distinguished Flying Crosses and a Purple Heart. But in an interview with The Times-Picayune in 2013, Pitman said perhaps his proudest achievement was being named an honorary New Orleans Police Department captain for flying the helicopter that turned the tide as police exchanged gunfire with Essex. Pitman never sought permission from his superiors to fly that mission, he said, only forgiveness. “The thing with him was, if you’re going to be a Marine, you’ve got to do what you’ve got to do,” his son, Charles Pitman Jr., said. “He was always happy he did what he did.”
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