"Living the logo": A Wounded Warrior explains Wounded Warrior Project perfectly

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LINCOLN, Calif. -- The Wounded Warrior Project logo was not chosen flippantly. The symbolism of a soldier helping a fellow soldier off the battlefield is an important one, truly explaining the aim of the organization.

Jeremiah Pulley has been both of those silhouettes in the WWP logo, but is proud today to be the silhouette doing the carrying, not being carried. His explanation of the logo and our place in it by raising money to support Wounded Warrior Project is the perfect explanation for why the World's Largest Golf Outing exists.


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