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2019 Tour de USA for Disabled Veterans

Manhattan Beach, California, January 18, 2019

In 2018, I drove 23-days across the western United States for prostate cancer awareness. You can read all about that trip by clicking this link – After Action Report, 2018 Tour de USA.

In October 2019, the Tour de USA travels up the California, Oregon, and Washington coasts visiting Disabled Veterans of America chapters to bring awareness to the needs of America’s disabled veteran community.

There are over 4.7 million veterans receiving VA disability compensation, including 1,035,269 who are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). 684,851 of our veterans are 100% disabled. The needs of this band of brothers are huge.

The 2019 Tour de USA is dedicated to highlighting their situation and generating funds to support the many veteran organizations working hard every day to make their lives better and give them hope for a normal future.

I know and understand their plight from personal experience. I hope you will be able to meet me along the way and support our disabled veterans.

Complete the information form below to receive information on how you may be able to help.

I hope to meet you along the road.

Warm regards,

Robert Hess

E Troop, 17th Cavalry, 173rd Airborne
B Troop, 7/17th Air Cavalry, 52nd Aviation Battalion

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Hope to meet you along with way.


2019 Tour de USA for Disabled Veterans

I hope you’ll join us for the 2019 Tour de USA for Disabled Veterans. We’re still working out the details on the route but it’s going to include some of the best and most scenic driving routes along the California, Oregon, and Washington coasts.

I survived two tours in Vietnam, PTSD, and prostate cancer, and one of my life’s missions now is to support disabled veterans and prevent as many cancer deaths as I can. I’m looking for 500 men and women to join me in that mission. #Fearless500.

Are you in?

Warm regards,


Prostate Cancer Survivor
Class of 2003
US Army Veteran

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