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National Medal of Honor Day is observed every year on March 25. The Medal of Honor and is awarded to those who have distinguished themselves “conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity” above and beyond the call of duty. The President, in the name of Congress, has awarded more than 3,400 Medals of Honor to our nation's bravest Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, and Coast Guardsmen since 1861. To all Medal of Honor recipients, past and present, Warrior Foundation Freedom Station salutes you!


To our Warrior Foundation Freedom Station family, I hope you and your families are healthy, safe and well as the nation grapples with the public health and economic impacts of COVID-19. The foundation is monitoring the situation daily and making the necessary adjustments to ensure we follow official government guidance and take necessary precautions to protect those who matter most to us, including staff, volunteers, partners, and the warriors we serve. Warrior Foundation Freedom Station’s operations remain uninterrupted, and we are fully equipped to continue running programs for our ill and injured service members. To limit public gatherings at this time, the majority of our near-term events and fundraisers have been canceled or postponed indefinitely. We anticipate these fundraisers will be rescheduled once it’s determined that COVID-19 no longer presents a public health risk. Event updates will be posted on our web site at If you hold a volunteer badge for the local military bases, please note they will not be honored at this time, in an effort to support disease-containment operations. Access is currently restricted to mission-essential personnel. The health and wellness of our team, and the military heroes we serve, remains top priority during this challenging time. Thank you for all you do for Warrior Foundation Freedom Station. Sincerely, Sandy Lehmkuhler CEO and Founder Warrior Foundation Freedom Station

March 13 is National K9 Veterans Day, set aside to honor the service and sacrifices of American military and working dogs. On March 13, 1942, the Army began training for its new "K-9 Corps," according to American Humane, marking the first time that dogs were officially a part of the U.S. Armed Forces. Today's military dogs are heroes in their military units, saving lives and playing key roles in some of the most important missions in American history.

Out at Camp Pendleton we are here to cheer our Marines on... WWBW vs WWBW and the first wheel chair basket ball game. We all know WEST IS BEST!!

Calling all auto enthusiasts! Don't miss the chance to participate in the Streak 47 car show and charitable event, hosted by Over the Hill Gang San Diego! Streak 47 is now accepting car entries for this event, taking place May 8-9 at Campland on the Bay. Join in the family fun with live bands and DJs, BBQs, beach bonfires, games, contests and more! Camping is available. To download a vehicle entry form, visit the Events page of our web site at

It's your lucky day! The St. Thérèse of Carmel Parish will present its annual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration on Saturday, March 14 benefiting Warrior Foundation Freedom Station! Enjoy bag pipes, Irish dancers, and a delicious authentic dinner of corned beef and cabbage, Shepherd’s Pie, homemade Irish bread and desserts, and more! Tickets are on sale at $25 for adults or $5 for children ages 10 and younger.

Calling all golfers! The Fluidra P.A.T.H. 7th Annual Golf Tournament is coming up on March 30 at Shadowridge Golf Club in Vista. Join us on the fairways for a beautiful day of golf benefiting Warrior Foundation Freedom Station. Every year, this event features a lovely cocktail reception, dinner, silent auction, raffle and more. Spots and sponsorship opportunities are available by emailing

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