Posted on Jun 23, 2016
COL Mikel J. Burroughs
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Connect and Register on our Forum to provide your ideas and input at: http://sponsoravetlife.freeforums.net/

Kids4Horses d/b/a Sponsor a Vet Life (SAVL) wants the people we serve (veterans, active duty members, and military families) to identify the needs and services that should be offered as their vision for a Virtual Environments assessable from any place in the world, any time, & with 24/7 emotional support. Sponsor a Vet Life (SAVL) wants you to discuss and decide the most effective services they can offer our brothers and sisters in arms as a Community to help provide emotional, financial, employment, and family challenges related to PTSD, TBI, MST, and the severely disabled. SAVL feels PTSD can be lowered if these services are provided during active duty deployments and extended periods of absence from their families through a 3D Immersive Interactive Virtual Active Duty Residential Communities.

Community is The Answer!

So many organizations and volunteers have the same goal; to help veterans, active duty and their families as a thank you for serving and protecting our country.

SAVL feels it should be up to you, the people who will benefit most from the virtual reality services to identify and provide feedback to make our virtual worlds solutions to many of the challenges faced by RP members.

Your Visions of what it would take for a “real life” fix, can be implemented in a customized virtual environment with no limitation for services, support or number of participants.

Let’s start a discussion on our new Forum to bring solutions for our military family today and not wait for answers from those who have not experienced what we feel.

Who better than those who have led to protect our Nation?
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Liz Hodges Flores
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HORSES ARE THE BEST THERAPY FOR EVERONE AMONG GOD AND CAMPING IN THE WILDERNESS AMONG GOD !!!!-!!!!-!!!!-!!!!
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SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
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Liz I agree horses are very useful, and God can help those that ask.
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Liz Hodges Flores
Liz Hodges Flores
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SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth - MY SOUL HEART BECKONS LIKE A SHOOTING STAR AMONG THE AURORA BOERA OF ALASKA OF GRATEFULNESS AMONG YOUR SOUL HEART !!!!
YAHWEH IS WITH YOU AND YOUR PRECIOUS FAMILY ALWAYS ETERNITY WITH LOVE !!!!
SHALOM MY LIONHEARTED BROTHER SGT. ANONYMOUS !!!!
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LCpl Steve Smith
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I know a few Vets that are looking for Alternative Medicine / Natural Healing information. They are tired of the Pill and other medication regiment and all the side effects that come with them. For those that haven't toured the V/R site, it is a great place to get help in many different areas and meet and talk with Family, Counselors, and other Military service members. There are also people in there that can help you with V.A. issues. I have found that you get the best Dope (information) on what is out there for you as far as help and other things Comes from Fellow Vets. COL Mikel J. Burroughs is great source of Information. I think the site is Great and is another tool you can use and keep in your toolbox of Resources you can turn to at anytime you need it.
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LCpl Steve Smith
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LTC James McElreath - Check with Mikel he might be able to help you get in contact with the site creator and pitch the idea to them Most of the assistance, info and outreach is put together but Vets and Families of vets not the actual branches of service. And most of those organizations are found by word of mouth just like things in the VA are. Like you experience the hard part is finding them.
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LCpl Steve Smith
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LTC James McElreath - LOL I'm sorry I got confused when you wrote your response to this topic it was put as a reply to my comment so I thought you were addressing me with your suggestions and not the poster.
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Nicci Eisenhauer
Nicci Eisenhauer
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LTC James McElreath Yes! Guard and Reserve, as well!
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LTC James McElreath
LTC James McElreath
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The Army has in place organized assistance for families of active duty troupe when their deployed and it has always been there. The guard and reserve have never had anything in place that a family member could call if they had a problem or needed answers about something! Now Reserve and Guard Commands may be pulling the wool over big army's eyes and they too think our individual dependents have contacts that help them. The gaining AD commander have no idea what assistance their guard and reserve troupe families have access to.
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It would be nice to share a virtual space with family members and be able to visit with them in an environment that is as close as possible to to being there in person. Imagine being able to attend church with your family in a VR environment while your deployed or being able to watch your sons football game as if you were there in person.
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COL Mikel J. Burroughs
COL Mikel J. Burroughs
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SSG (Join to see) Can be done and we are going to offer that service for all members - nice!
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SSG Program Control Manager
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COL Mikel J. Burroughs - In my minds eye I envisioned a robotic proxy loaded with cameras that would respond to the motions of the person on the distant end enabling them to experience VR that is true to life.
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