On February 22nd, SEAL-NSW Family Foundation hosted our Sisterhood West gathering. Our Valentines Day themed event hosted over 120 ladies at Shima Japanese Steakhouse in Coronado, CA for delicious eats! The event was a huge success. There were 6 new Sisters who were welcomed into the community.
The SEAL-NSW Family Foundation hosted two graduation events this February for both the SEAL and SWCC students. We welcomed these service members and their families into the Naval Special Warfare Community at our signature night before graduation day event.
Drew VachalCongratulations Graduates and Welcome Families!
SEAL – NSW Family Foundation was pleased to join local bike enthusiasts at the Electric Bike Expo this weekend in San Diego. Riders of all ages came down to Liberty Station to hop on and take a ride on the outdoor track.
The SEAL-NSW Family Foundation wishes to congratulate Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator Ed Byers. Today’s Medal of Honor ceremony highlighted Senior Chief’s superb qualities and I know all those who support the Naval Special Warfare community are proud of what he represents. It is truly special.
Drew VachalCongratulations to Medal of Honor Recipient Senior Chief Byers
The SEAL-NSW Family Foundation is very proud of our Gold Star Family programs. This weekend, Feb. 12-14, Phase IV of the our Leadership Academy took place in CO. Seven Gold Star teenagers traveled from all over the country to meet in Winter Park, Colorado. Together with Comfort Zone Camp (CZC), we hosted these resilient teenagers for 4 days in the snow covered Colorado mountains. During this weekend, the teens participated in activities that tested their agility, challenged their comfort levels and fostered intimate life and loss discussions.
Drew VachalCreating Resilient Families One Gold Star Teen at a Time