“She had this idea that being wounded was not a bad thing. It was just a different thing. People get hurt. And it’s okay, they adapt. And they change.” — Tawny Campbell, founder of Project Rudolph and Operation Angel on her daughter’s perspective on battlefield injury.
Campbell is the spouse of an Army medic, who was stationed in Landstuhl, Germany. She seeked volunteer opportunities to connect with the military community already established, but many organizations turned her away because she had a small child. Yet, her child turned out to have just the kind of perspective many wounded warriors needed in their time of need.
The Veterans’ Project: Coming 2017