Fox 17 first met Bowyer in July when he had just started fixing up the boat. It’s almost finished, except for the two Detroit Diesel engines it needs. Bowyer hopes to have it completed before the spring so he can show veterans they aren’t forgotten. What seemed like animpossible task, is now possible just five months later. Bowyer purchased the Vietnam-era PBR boat over the summer to restore it, so he can take veterans and other passengers out on the water. “You get the veterans down here and you get them around each other and they feel safe,” said Bowyer. http://www.pfcdavidlawrence.org/eastonboydzone/2016/12/09/top-tips-for-2015-on-clear-cut-solutions-for-interview-for-medicine“They feel like this is just for them and their stories are unreal.” The project is part of Operation Black Sheep , an effort to show support for the veterans Bowyer calls the black sheep. With14 years in the Army and two tours of Afghanistan under his belt, Bowyer started Operation Black Sheep to help veterans and restore history. “Operation Black Sheep is kind of for those of us who have gone to war or served our country in any capacity,” said Bowyer. “It changes you and you come back and feel like the black sheep of the community. You feel different.
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