Yellowstone star Cole Hauser is teaming with the Special Operations Warrior Foundation in honor of Veteran’s Day. Hauser released a video honoring the sacrifices that special operation members and their families make.
Hauser appeared in a video for the foundation before Veteran’s Day. During the video, he thanked all of the special operations and forces for their sacrifice. He also highlighted the sacrifices that these veterans and service members’ families make.
“Hey, my name is Cole Hauser. You may know me as Rip the character I play on the TV series Yellowstone,” Hauser said. “President Ronald Regan once said freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it on to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same.”
JOIN FORCES: Honoring Veterans with Cole Hauser aka Rip Wheeler from Yellowstone. Thank you @colehauser for showing your support of SOWF and those who have served, and are serving, our Nation in uniform. #veteransday #joinforces #military pic.twitter.com/Ze97XGgJ5g— Special Operations Warrior Foundation (@SOFWarriorFnd) November 9, 2020
“Every freedom-loving American owes a tremendous debt to our veterans and their families,” he continued. “It is only because of their sacrifice and service that we have the privilege to live in the greatest country on this Earth. I would like to give a special thanks to our special operations and forces who are deployed in dangerous and remote locations around the globe. Routinely placing themselves in harm’s way to execute difficult and critical missions that keep our country safe. And advance the cause of freedom.”
Cole Hauser Encouraged Followers to Donate to the Special Operations Warrior Foundation
Hauser explained how the foundation helps both wounded veterans and also their families. For instance, the organization helps families of deceased special operation veterans financially. Another way they help families is through their education assistance program for children of special operation veterans.
“They also ensure full funding for the educational needs of the children of special operators who lose their life in the line of duty,” Hauser said. “Their program starts in pre-school and continues through college, graduation, and beyond. Today, the Special Operations Foundation is committed to funding the education of 880 children ranging in age from a few months to seniors in college. This organization is changing the lives of these young men and women every day. But they need your support.”
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