Each year when the anniversary of 9/11 occurs, the question “where were you” comes up. For Heroes on the Water board member, Samantha (Sam) Horwitz, she remembers exactly where she was – in Tower 1 when American Airlines Flight 11 hit. Sam is a former U.S. Secret Service Agent who was just going to work like any other day, not realizing that day would change her life forever.
FLORENCE COUNTY, S.C. (WBTW) — A group of veterans went on a float trip down the Lynches River over the weekend, courtesy of the HOW South Carolina Lowcountry Chapter.
TEXAS INSIDER FISHING REPORT - Heroes on the Water was on the tv show on 8-19-21 featuring the 2nd Annual Jim Dolan Memorial Kayak Fishing Tournament Sponsor.
AVILA BEACH (KSBY) - Central California's Heroes On The Water hosted a fishing day at Avila Beach on Saturday for veterans, first responders, and those on active duty.
HARLINGEN, TEXAS (KVEO) — The Rio Grande Valley chapter of this national organization helps unite veterans, active-duty military, first responders, and their families through kayak fishing...
“There's a difference between post-traumatic stress experienced by many veterans and that experienced by first responders. With law enforcement, it’s a culmination of many incidents, known as cumulative PTSD,” Libertini says.
Heroes on the Water helps heroes relax and reconnect through kayak fishing and the outdoors. Our mission aligns with our partner, Southern Comfort, in a natural way. Recently the team at Southern Comfort caught up with our own Jason Austin to discuss the benefit of the outdoors, and how our organizations have common interests. Read on to learn more…
“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.
MYTOASTLIFE.COM - Kayak fishing is widely known as a peaceful yet thrilling way of tuning in with mother nature and expanding a skill you may not realize you had in the first place.
THE DAILY COURIER - For United States military veterans, rehabilitation and the act of returning to normal life can be a difficult process and feel like swimming upstream.