According to Defense Department accounting, more than 50,000 Americans have been wounded in combat, in Iraq or Afghanistan, since 2001.  

Fishing Volunteer

Someone who represents the American Heroes In Action while taking our heroes fishing. Contact American Heroes In Action at 303-931-3639.

Honoring American Heroes

Dave Proffit - President and Founder

Outdoor enthusiast, enjoys hunting, fishing, hiking, skiing, etc. Spent one year in Iraq as a contractor, working with the troops everyday. Part of the job in the APO (Army Post Office) was inspecting outgoing mail, searching for guns, bullets and hand sanitizer. In Iraq, Dave met many young men and even young women, who were mailing home Purple Heart Medals they had received after being injured in combat. Now, American Heroes In Action honors these brave men and women.

Hunting Volunteer

Someone who represents the American Heroes In Action while taking our heroes hunting. Interested? Contact American Heroes In Action at 303-931-3639.

Our Staff

Firefighters

According to data collected in the U.S. Fire Administration’s (USFA’s) National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS), from 2010 to 2012, an estimated 70,450 firefighter injuries occur annually. 

Law Enforcement

According to data from National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, on average, there are 58,930 assaults against law enforcement  each year, resulting in 15,404 injuries.

Fundraising Volunteers

Someone who can help with fundraising to pay for more adventures for our heroes. Contact American Heroes In Action at 303-931-3639.


Outdoor Adventures

Americans who enjoy outdoor activities are experiencing the benefits of "outdoor therapy". American Heroes In Action provides therapeutic outdoor adventures to American heroes including combat wounded veterans, injured firefighters, injured members of law enforcement and other first responders. Our outdoor adventures include, but are not limited to; fishing trips, hunting trips, jeep trail rides, hiking, boating, and more.  

       

Combat wounded veterans