Marine Gunnery Sergeant Brian Meyer | Homes For Our Troops





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Published on Feb 4, 2013

Marine Gunnery Sergeant Brian Meyer was six months into his third deployment when he lost his right leg above the knee, his right arm below the elbow, and suffered the amputations of his thumb and two fingers on his left hand in an IED blast in Sangin, Afghanistan on March 14, 2011.
Read more: http://bit.ly/14MAgJV

Help build Brian's new house here - http://bit.ly/VF4ZHn

I am honored to announce that our community and YouTube channel will now act as a platform for videos produced by Homes for Our Troops. (Combat footage will be uploaded regularly as well)

For those who don't know, Homes For Our Troops is an outstanding organization that builds homes for our severely injured veterans in the United States.

Homes For Our Troops has been producing videos for the past 5 years, allowing these severally injured troops to tell their stories and help rally community support and donations for the building of their new homes. Unfortunately these videos rarely exceed 500-1000 views. Today that will all change as these voices will now be blasted out to over 450,000 supporters of our veterans in the FUNKER530 community.

Each video will have a direct donation link to the specific veteran's project, and I'm confident that the strength of our community will truly change lives with immediate results.

Combat footage will still be uploaded on a regular basis, but I'm counting on your guys to step up and support these videos as you would any other.

You can find out more about Homes For Our Troops here - http://bit.ly/VLWg2y


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