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Marine Corps veteran Alfred Brenner certainly embodies the military ethos of “leave no one behind,” and is looking for our help to do it.

Brenner was a military working dog handler from Camp Pendleton, Calif.–until he was hit by an Improvised Explosive Device while clearing a building on patrol during deployment to Afghanistan. Not only was Brenner gravely wounded, but he  also lost his “best friend and partner,” a German Shepherd named Grief.

Brenner now is transitioning to civilian life — but not finding it so easy.

“I learned first hand that dealing with the post-deployment stress along with all other disabilities is just the beginning of unforeseen obstacles; all which seem never ending,” he says. “My plan was to retire from the service and move back home to New Jersey. I want to be able to finally own a home and start a family without dealing with the stressors of the military life-style. I want to provide for my family and at the same time be able to go to school to earn my degree. Through transition I experienced that all of these dreams and goals are not so easily obtained. Despite all of the classes, preparations and programs given by the military it doesn’t come close to exposing us to a real dose of reality.”

Today Brenner is raising funds “but more importantly raise awareness of this complex situation, because unfortunately I am not alone,” he says.

Through his funds, Brenner wants to help not only his family — but the entire family of veterans — by creating an organization which “will allow Veterans to achieve their specific needs and goals.”

Mr. Brenner’s mission is very much the mission we have at AUV. As such we encourage our friends to lend their support and wish him all the best:


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