Wounded Warriors Family Supports High Five Tour meets up with the Fox News team to talk about the tour, and the mission of the High Five Tour and have them sign the car!
Isadore Harris, of Lynwood, served the country on two different occasions, in Operations Desert Storm and Restore Hope.
He believes that any support given to veterans is good for morale.
“It meant a lot when I served. This shows a lot of the support people are giving the military,” Harris said. “I think it’s a great event that recognizes the guys who’ve served our country.”
He was speaking about Wounded Warriors Family Support’s fifth annual High Five Tour, which Monday night made a stop at the Mocha City location in Matteson.
Onlookers were encouraged to… Read More
The May 25 Padres game against the Chicago Cubs was "Military Appreciation Day at Petco Park." During the game, tour drivers Dan McCabe and Kirk Stafford of the Golden Hills Mustang Club of Northern California drove the Wounded Warriors Family Support Mustang around the Petco Park field as thousands of fans stood and cheered.
Wounded Warriors Family Support kicked off its High Five Tour 2014 in San Diego during Memorial Day weekend on a mission to thank military… Read More
Captain Anthony Simone, USAF - Joliet, Illinois
Capt. Anthony Simone has displayed a fearless dedication to our country and his fellow soldiers.
Anthony is a native of Jonestown, Penn., and graduate of Northern Lebanon High School. He attended Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida before joining the Air Force in 2005. Anthony deployed to Iraq twice, in 2008 and 2009, before deploying to Afghanistan in 2010.
In June 2010, Anthony was piloting a helicopter that was shot down in Afghanistan while he… Read More
Staff Sergeant Jason Ross, USMC - San Diego, California
SSgt. Jason Ross is an exceptional example of the tremendous commitment and sacrifice that our military service members around the world make on a daily basis to protect our country’s freedom.
Jason, a native of Livermore, Cal., and graduate of Granada High School, joined the United States Marine Corps in 2001. After returning from a tour in Japan in 2004, he reenlisted to a new field — explosive ordnance disposal (EOD).… Read More
Lt. Dan in “Forrest Gump” traveled to the Sooner State Wednesday to kick off a fundraising campaign for a local hero with the help of the Gary Sinise Foundation, Wounded Warriors Family Support “High Five Tour” and Sport Clips Haircuts, a new “smart home” for the Dunagan family is becoming a reality.
Wounded Warriors Family Support is hitting the road to raise money for injured soldiers. They're driving a 2013 Ford Shelby GT500 Mustang across the country for five months. Now it's in northern Nevada.
"You gotta put one signature on top of the next and that's what's happening now," said Raul Caceres, who is volunteering during the High Five Tour with the Reno Mustang Car Club. As a Vietnam Navy veteran, Caceres is proud to support wounded warriors. "It's our honor to be able to do this and it's a… Read More
Frank Gray | The Journal Gazette
FORT WAYNE – A 580-horsepower Mustang bearing the signatures of people all over the country supporting members of the military and their families made stops in Fort Wayne on Thursday.
The Wounded Warriors Family Support Mustang continues to make stops across the United States on a mission to thank our country’s military families for their sacrifices.
The High Five Tour 2013 is currently midway through the eastern portion of the tour, evident by the growing number of signatures on the car. The 850-horsepower 2013 Mustang GT500 “Super Snake” has already traveled 5,500 miles and made appearances in more than 20 states, thanks to the help of Mustang clubs across the country which are uniting to drive the car. Wounded… Read More