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KMAA is pronounced Kay-Ma

The Few, The Proud, The Achievers

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Bengal (aka Bang-Bang, Tank, & Piggy) O'Malley graduated from obedience & Hand & Paws schools to become a certified therapy dog.

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Gene Smith, HTF co-owner, is the first recipient of a KMAA Honory Life Membership in appreciation for his diehard commitment to helping Veterans. john O'Malley also presented Gene with a MAAK Challenge Coin.

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Jim Wyatt building bluebird houses as a get out of the house project. A busy Marine is a happy Marine!

Life Goes On Where Hope Resides!

Adapt, Improvise, Deliver

Camaraderie-Compassion-Community

KMAA members focus on providing camaraderie, physical and financial aid to help Marines and/or their direct family members in distress and need. KMAA also supports research in the following areas:

  • Suicide Prevention

  • Post-Traumatic Stress

  • Traumatic Brain Injury

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Mario Aguirre, President, Brock's Gap Training Center, Hoover, AL is presented the first Corporate Life Membership in KMAA for their ongoing support, John O'Malley, also present Mario with a KMAA Challenge Coin.  

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Meet Trish Grigg, Owner/Operator of 

Website Development and Internet Marketing Services out of North Carolina. Trish designed and maintains the Vet Force Multiplier Veteran suicide prevention website.

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KMAA Board member Ed Leach and his retired police officers, Ken Gregory, Chris Robinette & Mike Robertson finish building a deck and ramp for a Alabama Veteran.