EOTech Donates $50,000 to Operation Recovery Efforts

    Operation Recovery

    As the situation in Afghanistan continues to unfold, some people refuse to leave anyone behind. Operation Recovery aims to continue helping at-risk individuals get out of Afghanistan. With requests for aid numbering in the 4,000s, the recovery effort needs funding. Thanks to a large donation from EOTech, the mission is $50,000 closer to accomplishing its goal.

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    Operation Recovery

    Afghanistan is in the midst of a crisis. Unknown numbers of Americans and Afghan allies are in desperate need of assistance. Operation Recovery, a group of individuals who served in Afghanistan, vows not to sit idly by while so many lives are in jeopardy. Operation Recovery is a charitable organization who supports the efforts of Task Force Pineapple, a group of U.S. veterans who are working to repatriate American Citizens and Afghan allies by helping fund safe cover, movement, and medical services to injured and displaced people.

    EOTech Donates $50,000 to Operation Recovery

    Operation Recovery

    Believing that nobody should ever be left behind, EOTech is using its station to fund the extraction of at-risk people from Afghanistan. With a $50,000 donation, Operation Recovery will be able to add many more to the list of 800 plus individuals who have already been moved. The mission continues and has much more work to do, but this donation will help keep things moving in a positive direction.

    Operation Recovery

    If you’d like to know more about what Operation Recovery is doing, take a look at their website and see how you can help. To learn more about EOTech as a company, check out their website. For updates from EOTech, don’t forget to follow along on social media. You can find them on Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook.

    Nic L

    Stemming from his childhood love of WWII history, Nic’s passion for firearms continues to grow as his maturity level recedes. He has competed in local USPSA, IDPA, and rifle competitions, and has an almost unnatural affection for Rosie, his Gen3 Glock 19.