Right to Left:
Mr Craig Steichen, Founder of the "Operations Warrior Wishes" program, Mr. Ronald D. Hilliard, Mrs. Patricia Silas and Original Tuskegee Airmen Rudolph Silas and Mr. Michael Web all member of the Arizona based Archer-Ragsdale Chapter of Tuskegee Airmen, Inc., also included were three members of the United States Army.
Taken at Chase Field on 30 April 2014
A father and son (Craig and Matt Steichen) on a mission to honor veterans at major sporting events & concerts across the country. Together we make warrior wishes come true!
To honor, empower and inspire veterans and wounded warriors by giving them unique once in a lifetime experiences at all 32 NFL stadiums in 1 season. We make warrior wishes come true.
The Ultimate Football Journey
We are taking wounded warriors to all 32 NFL stadiums and bringing them to a game in only 17 weeks! We want to give these Warriors a day to never forget! We thank each and every Active reserve and veteran for your services and for giving us their opportunity to have the freedom to provide these once in a lifetime experiences to these warriors! Please help us support the wounded warriors at www.woundedwarriorproject.org and visit www.all32in17.com to learn more about our journey with the wounded warriors
We are on a mission to honor veterans and wounded veterans at all 32 NFL stadiums in one season & raise $1 million dollars to give back to veterans charities along the way so we can not only help make warrior wishes come true on the field, but also help make warrior wishes come true off the field too.