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My Daughter is my Hero

2022-01-07T01:20:22-06:00May 12, 2021|first responder stories, HOW Stories|

“I think many people take for granted that the freedom and liberties we have are because of those members of the military we have standing behind us. It’s something I’ve always been drawn to supporting. Now, my daughter and son-in-law both serve it has become even more important to me.” Baxter-Clark says. 

Tales from the Front Lines

2022-01-07T01:17:10-06:00September 10, 2020|first responder stories, HOW Stories|

At times everyone struggles. At Heroes on the Water, we are honored to serve those who step up and ensure our freedom and safety. When one of those fine folks lets us know how we helped, that is certainly a fine day for us here at HOW. Please read Matt Bagley’s story. It is why we do what we do.

Meet Amber Helms of Heroes on the Water in Allen

2022-01-03T14:31:02-06:00August 31, 2020|HOW News|

VOYAGEDALLAS.COM - It’s a wonderful place to start a new career, raise a family and grow into a new life. We attract a lot of veterans who are looking for jobs and education. The challenge is helping get the word out about our services amidst all the noise. It’s a very large, populous area.

My Purple Heart is at Heaven’s Gate

2022-01-07T01:16:58-06:00August 5, 2020|HOW Stories, veteran stories|

On April 13, 2007, SFC Jason Austin, U.S. Army (Ret), was a passenger in a vehicle hit by two roadside bombs. “I clearly remember when the first one went off. I remember the flash, felt the heat and the immense pressure. I don’t remember the second bomb, nor the next year of my life.”

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