Harvey Help Arrives in Houston
The veteran community behind Green Wolf Tactical takes pride in the opportunity to serve the American people. When news broke of the devastation that took place in Texas as a result of Hurricane Harvey, Flynn Von Roretz, the owner and operator of GWT, knew he needed to team up with his fellow Marines and other dedicated Americans to go provide any help they could.
Team members include Alan Sticher, currently a commercial HVAC installer, and Allison Binion, a custom cabinet builder - both are Marine Corps veterans. Along with the Marines, Green Wolf Tactical is working with Sharon Brown, a civilian Registered Nurse; Jon Campbell, an OSHA certified civilian plumber, Tomas Clough, professional tattoo artist and SWR certified whitewater boater; Justin David, a Senior Operating Engineer; Daniel Gore, carpenter; Damon Watford, a civilian IT service provider and level four swift white water kayaking rescue man; Josh Welsh, an Operating Engineer, and Charles Woodward, a civilian Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist.
The group arrived to the Houston area Friday Sep. 1, and plan to help as much as possible. During the few days they have been in the area, they have been able to provide food and water to a local retirement home and have aided in the rescue of numerous stranded individuals. GWT and the team plan to rebuild and assist in search and rescue wherever possible.
Those who would like to support Hurricane Harvey Relief efforts can do so by purchasing a Hurricane Harvey Relief Project PVC patch at this link: https://www.greenwolftactical.com/product-page/hurricane-relief-project-patch
Proceeds from patch sales will go towards supporting the team while they operate in Texas.
More information will be added as it becomes available. Stay tuned to the GWT blog for more.