HAVA Supports Native American-Marine on Bison Hunt

Mullen, Nebraska – Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA) was proud to host Native American and retired/disabled Marine veteran Tray Ardese on a Bison hunting in Nebraska at the Dismal River Club. Tray Ardese, is a Native American from the Choctaw tribe, a retired United States Marine with 25 years of service, and an avid hunter.  He… Continue reading HAVA Supports Native American-Marine on Bison Hunt

HAVA’s “LTSA” Division Spring Events

Longmeadow, MA – June 19, 2020 – Honored American Veterans Afield’s “Learn To Shoot Again” (LTSA) division is having a busy Spring/Summer, and carefully managing the limitations of COVID-19. Although the HAVA Family Day Range series that typically involves 300 – 500 people per event and can’t accommodate social distancing has seen postponements; the personal nature… Continue reading HAVA’s “LTSA” Division Spring Events

HAVA Elk Hunt Veteran…

“Hell Yes I Can Walk Up There” Wittington Center, NM October 11, 2019 – Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA) and the Monroe Schuler Foundation (MSF) announce the completion of the 8th Annual HAVA/MSF Elk Hunt at Vermejo Park Ranch near Raton, NM. With the goal of testing the resolve of seriously injured veterans, the hunt covered 2 days… Continue reading HAVA Elk Hunt Veteran…

HAVA Hosts Disabled Veterans at Rockcastle Family Day

Park City, KY – September 23, 2019 — Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA) announces the very successful completion of their 7th Annual HAVA/Rockcastle Family Day at the Park City, KY shooting complex on Saturday, September 14, 2019. Over 300 disabled veterans, family members and volunteers assembled to share a day of shooting, gift bags, prize winning, good… Continue reading HAVA Hosts Disabled Veterans at Rockcastle Family Day

HAVA Partners with Clays for Heroes

Rochester, NY August 30,2019 – Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA) and Clays for Heroes (CFH) announces the completion of their 8th Annual CFH/HAVA Clays Challenge at the Rochester Brooks International Trap and Skeet Club. Supported by Rochester Brooks, the Rochester business community and local outdoor enthusiasts; the event featured a full day of instruction and competition… Continue reading HAVA Partners with Clays for Heroes

HAVA Goes Long-Range in Texas

Precision Shooting Program Expanded Barksdale, TX – July 15, 2019 – Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA) announces the completion of the first of a series of long range disabled veteran shooting weekends at the FTW Ranch near Barksdale, TX. Hosted by the ranch that offers housing, meals and a first-class long-range program, the HAVA group… Continue reading HAVA Goes Long-Range in Texas

HAVA/ACADEMI Family Range Day Features Attack Dog Demo

Moyock, NC June 24, 2019 Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA) and ACADEMI Corp announce the very successful completion of their 8th Annual HAVA/ACADEMI Family Day at the ACADEMI 4,000-acre training facility in Moyock, NC (formerly Blackwater). Threatened by thunder storms that never arrived, nearly 300 disabled veterans, family members, kids and volunteers participated in this all-day event… Continue reading HAVA/ACADEMI Family Range Day Features Attack Dog Demo

Smith & Wesson Donates $20,000 to Honored American Veterans Afield

Funding supports hunting, shooting activities for disabled veterans, wounded active duty personnel SPRINGFIELD, Mass., (June 6, 2019) – Smith & Wesson Corp. recently presented Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA) with a donation of $20,000 to help fund HAVA-sanctioned hunting and shooting activities for disabled veterans and injured active military personnel.  Lane Tobiassen, President of Smith &… Continue reading Smith & Wesson Donates $20,000 to Honored American Veterans Afield

HAVA Hosts Wounded Women and Men on NM Elk Hunt

Wittington Center, NM January 2, 2019 – Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA) and the Monroe Schuler Foundation took 5-female and 5-male disabled hunters to the New Mexico high country on their 7th Annual HAVA/Monroe-Schuler Elk Hunt in early December. Supported by 13 HAVA volunteers and 10 registered guides, these disabled veterans overcame the elements above… Continue reading HAVA Hosts Wounded Women and Men on NM Elk Hunt

HAVA’s LTSA Division Launches New Long Range Shooting Program

Leesburg, FL, November 6, 2018 – Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA) announces the launch of a new long-range shooter training program through its Learn to Shoot Again (LTSA) division. LTSA is HAVA’s newest initiative where severely injured training instructors teach advanced shooting skills to reconnect their wounded students (also typically with severe injuries) with outdoor… Continue reading HAVA’s LTSA Division Launches New Long Range Shooting Program