Founded in 2015 in Folly Beach, SC by combat veterans and surfers, the Warrior Surf Foundation works to help veterans addresses post-combat mental health issues such as PTSD, Moral Injury, and Survivor's Guilt as well as provide rehabilitation for combat-related injuries. Marine Corps veteran Andrew Manzi and Army veteran Tyler Crowder collaborated to begin the foundation after finding that surfing was helping both of them cope with their wartime experiences and adjust to civilian life. For more details on the foundation, see this Military.com article.
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