STRIDE Adaptive Sports

Since 2010

 educates and empowers individuals with special needs in life-changing sport and recreation programs to sustain healthy, active and fun lifestyles

  • STRIDE Adaptive Sports
  • 501(c)(3) nonprofit
  • provides over 8,000 adaptive sport and recreation lessons each year
    – to individuals with disabilities, focusing on youth and Wounded Warriors
  •  over 300 skilled volunteer
  • serves over 1,500 families
  •  17 different sports
  • at 26+ regional locations
  • partner member of Move United (formerly Disabled Sports USA)

Adaptive Target Shooting Program

  • Troy, NY
  •  held at the RPI Rifle Range
    – The range was built as a military shooting range in the early 1950’s
  • 1983  live ammo was replaced with air rifles

STRIDE Adaptive Sports
4482 NY Highway 150
West Sand Lake, New York 12196


Freedom Hunters

since 2008
Elizabeth, Colorado

Through outdoor adventures, our goal is to help heal wounds modern medicine cannot.


  • a 501(c)3 military outreach program
  • taking: select active duty and combat veterans, families of fallen heroes, children of the deployed, as well as those wounded or injured, on outdoor adventures
  • honors individuals from all branches of the military
  • proud to show our gratitude to the wounded. Many servicemen and servicewomen may not have the same emotional or physical abilities as when they joined the service
  • 10,243+ adventures

Freedom Hunters

Freedom Hunters
Elizabeth, Colorado

USA Veterans Rifle Team



  • brainchild of Scotty Nicholas of New Zealand (NZ)
  • an individual at least 60 years of age the year of the competition
  • 1995 first Veterans Rifle team match was held
  • 1999 third match
  • 1999 USA Veterans Team was the first official USA Veterans Rifle Team ever to represent the United States.
  • The trophy is made from a very unique piece of tree trunk that is indigenous to New Zealand


U.S. Veterans Rifle Team 2019
39559 Windsome Drive
Northville, Michigan 48167

(248) 318-5116


Paralyzed Veterans of America

since 1998
Washington, DC

  • Spearheading passage of the Disabled Sportsmen’s Access Act of 1998
  • Furthering the 37 Action Points of the 2000 National Shooting Sports Foundation Summit
  • Organizing shooting events nationwide

Paralyzed Veterans of America
801 Eighteenth Street NW
Washington, DC 20006-3517



Military Marksmanship Association

Military Marksmanship Association is primarily the alumni group of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit, but includes alumni of other military marksmanship programs too. The USAMU trains Army shooters to compete in National and International shooting events.

  • 1994 established
  • October 19, 2001 incorporated s a Domestic Nonprofit Corporation State of Georgia
  • March 23, 2004, the Internal Revenue Service recognized the association as a tax exempt Veteran’s Organization under IRC section 501(c)(19)
  • Veterans’ Organization under Internal Revenue Service Code section 501(c)(19)
  • Past or present members of the U.S. Armed Forces must provide their branch of military service and the dates of their military service and other applicants must check mark the appropriate block on the Membership Application Form.
  • MMA is a Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) affiliated club
  • Military Marksmanship Association, Inc.
    PO Box 52025
    Fort Benning, GA 31995-2025