Once in a while a cause comes around where you cannot help but want to be a part of. Whether or not you donate, but the act of sharing and spreading a word can do so much more. Such is the case for the Fleck family. Originally a family of five with a two person income, they welcomed their daughter, Abigail who was born with Trisomy18. She requires 24 hour care. Now they are a family of six with a income of one. Nick Fleck has come up with a way to help make extra money but it is helping going towards Abigail’s care. For a measly $8 you can get a parachord bracelet hand made by Nick at home and you can, for a moment do something that helps a family in need this Holiday season. Please take a moment to watch the video, share and even donate. They have all sorts of bracelets available and would make a great stocking stuffer for your family members, sports fans or military enthusiasts. Check out the etsy link here, but please listen to the story first and lets help make a difference this Holiday season. Thank you and Happy Holidays from the South Florida Airsoft Association, Inc.
Kit Up Zombie Ops: Hardware vs.The Undead | Kit Up!. This is a great read written up by Brandon Webb. I highly recommend those interested in the zombie apocalypse check it out. I mean heck, how to kill a zombie by a Navy SEAL. Sure, why not!
I would like to take a moment to welcome our newest supporter. Kit Up! a blog site from military.com, is run by former Navy SEAL Brandon Webb. Mr. Webb has put in over thirteen years of service for our military. After the Teams, he swapped his primary weapon for a MacBook Pro and took up writing and business.
He actively works with the Special Operations Warrior Foundation (SOWF) and the Navy SEAL Foundation, as well as writing his blog on military.com’s site. Expect to see a photo of Mr. Webb rocking out in a SFAA Shirt in the near future. Thank you for the support!
For our community members, go on and check out the website. There is a ton of useful information regarding gear and other articles that all of us military enthusiasts will enjoy. Heck, you might learn something new. I know I am everyday!
Thanks to our newest contributor, Airsoft Wear Arizona we have been fortunate enough to receive a limited edition tan, target shirt. On the front, the coveted SFAA logo and on the back, well we would not recommend wearing this on the field or expect everyone to open up! A minimum donation of $10.00 and one can be yours. Just don’t forget to include your size and of course shipping address. Thanks to the great folks at Airsoft Wear Arizona for their donation and their continued support. Now check out their website too, really great product and some killer graphics.