Texas chapter of “North American Hunters for Heroes” assists in rehabilitation and reintegration of wounded veterans.
RBR Maintenance, Inc. recently made a donation to “Texas Hunters for Heroes,” (THH) the Texas chapter of “North American Hunters For Heroes,” a non-profit organization focused on assisting wounded veterans by introducing them to the joys of hunting in order to assist in their rehabilitation and reintegration into civilian life.
“We believe it’s extremely important to care for our veterans and give back because they gave so much,” says James Noe, Vice President of Operations, RBR Maintenance. “After learning more about the organization and those who benefit, we were happy to make a donation. We want to thank all veterans for their service to our country and the “Texas Hunters for Heroes” for aiding and encouraging our veterans.”
Founded in 2012, “Texas Hunters for Heroes” provides guided hunting trips on a ranch in San Saba, TX. THH can assist in every aspect of the hunt and can accommodate a wide variety of needs for wounded veterans. To learn more visit www.tx.huntersforheroes.org.
With over 30 years of experience in the aviation industry, RBR Maintenance, Inc., is a Certified FAR-145 Repair Station, offering complete maintenance, inspection, avionics installation and repair, structural repair and modification, as well as parts services for Hawker, Citation, Falcon and Gulfstream aircraft. Conveniently located at Dallas Love Field, RBR’s facility is equipped with the latest technology, equipment and the most highly trained technicians in the business. To learn more, or to schedule service visit www.rbrmx.net or call 214-351-6604.