Made with Army ACU's
Designed for and inspired by Army Veteran, wounded in action, Sergeant Noah Galloway. Galloway, a Birmingham Alabama born hero, joined the United States Army in 2001. He became the rank of Sergeant, assigned to the 1st Battalion of the 502nd Infantry, 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, during Operation Iraqi Freedom. On December 19, 2005, during his second deployment, he was severely injured in an IED attack. He lost his left leg above the knee, his right leg and jaw were badly injured, the latter having to be wired shut. He lost his left arm above the elbow as we'll. He was unconscious for five days and later was moved to Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington DC for further treatment and rehabilitation. After being discharged from the Army, Noah became a personal trainer and motivational speaker to Veterans, school children and many others with his message, "no excuses."
The Purple Heart recipient founded the No Excuses Charitable Fund, which assists organizations he feels are important, has aided Operation Enduring Warrior and also local programs including those for children at the YMCA of the town where he lives, Alabaster, Alabama.
Nick would like the sales from The Galloway Bracelet, contribute towards Noah's cause in supporting those affected by war, helping fund the No Excuses Charitable Fund. Nick looks up to Noah as a hero, a mentor and a role model that never gives up.