Check out Darby’s Warrior Support’s new promotional video to learn about our mission, and how you can help.
Our warriors give us purpose, and we take the opportunity to give back, by giving them a safe place to heal, full of caring, camaraderie and understanding in a unique environment.
Read our newest annual report to learn about Darby’s Warrior Support’s mission and activities in 2015 and then see how you can help.Download The 2015 DWS Annual Report
What becomes of old generals? At least one welcomes wounded Army Rangers for duck hunts at his place. What does that have to do with soldiering? By God’s grace, nothing at all.
Four Army Rangers walk into a backyard in Bald Knob.
Between the four of them, these soldiers have more than 20 deployments to the world's hot spots. One soldier's next trip is imminent, with the hope of being back in time for his wife to birth their first baby.
Why here? Duck hunting and Jim Daniel, the two being mostly inseparable.
We are incredibly fortunate to have major progress happening with our Ranger Base Biscoe Bunkhouse. We are excited to be able to host twice as many vets when the project is complete. This new Bunkhouse is in addition to "The Duck House." We are so excited DWS continues to grow and, with these new additions, what the future will bring for us and our ability to help combat veterans of the 9-11 Generation.
We have been able to provide a program that covers all Soldier expenses other than a hunting license and duck stamps. Only through your continued support will we be able to sustain this effort.Help Support Our Vision
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