Hardee's Press Release
Pilot Newspaper - Corporate Leader visit
Patriot House - Huntley Design and Build
Business North Carolina Magazine article
Good morning. I had an incredible experience last week. The nonprofit Patriot Foundation, which supports families of deceased or wounded soldiers, sponsored a daylong tour of Fort Bragg for representatives of several North Carolina family foundations. The immediate upshot is today’s “Fort Bragg Daily Digest edition.”
The more permanent result is a newfound respect for military servants. Times are tense with an evil North Korean dictator and a volatile U.S. president. But meeting some of Fort Bragg’s most powerful leaders, veteran snipers, several Special Forces soldiers, some new recruits — and Chuck Deleot's Patriot team — made it crystal clear: our nation’s security is in very good hands.
Pilot Newspaper - Soldiers Appreciation Dinner
King Fisher Society article
"Patriot Foundation, in conjunction with our partner King Fisher Society, held its 6th annual outing benefiting soldiers from the 82nd Airborne Division. Twelve soldiers, including wounded or injured, enjoyed a day of fishing and sporting clay shooting. King Fisher is one of North America's best fishing venues and offers world class sporting clay and wing shooting experiences for a select clientele. The paratroopers were led by SFC Johnathan Land.
The fishing included 2 soldiers per boat which was piloted by an expert fishing guide. The soldiers were also treated to a catered lunch and end of day refreshments. King Fisher owner Jim Morgan personally met with the soldiers and enjoyed lunch with them. Patriot Foundation personnel included Chuck Deleot, CAPT US Navy Retired, Mike Girimont, Vince Nelson, and Tim Buckley. One of the paratroopers stated that this was "a once in a lifetime experience."
This is one of two outings the foundation conducts with soldiers each year. In the January time frame, Patriot hosts a morning of sporting clay shooting for 8-10 members of 3rd Special Forces Group at Vince Nelson's farm near Wagram, NC.”