Soldiers volunteer at Wyoming ranch to help prepare for Operation Remount

 

U.S. Army National Guard photo Courtesy of Sgt Kristina Kranz

Above: Staff Sgt. Felicia Holbrook and Pfc. Brandon Miller help clean out the horse barn at the Mirrored K Legacy Ranch in Jay Em, Wyo., on May 15, 2021. Holbrook and one of her Soldiers volunteered to help prepare the grounds for the upcoming program start for Operation Remount, a veteran and first responder program to help participants with post-traumatic stress disorder or traumatic brain injuries.

JAY EM, Wyo. – It was an overcast and drizzly day on Saturday for Staff Sgt. Felicia Holbrook and her soldier Pfc. Brandon Miller. Holbrook is a recruiter in the Wyoming Army National Guard's Recruiting and Retention Battalion. Miller is one of her Recruit Sustainment Program soldiers. The two arrived at the Mirrored K Legacy Ranch in Jay Em, Wyoming, to start their day helping clean out the horse barn in preparation for a program called Operation Remount.

Originally, there were supposed to be several other recruit soldiers and cadets from the Wyoming Cowboy Challenge Academy to help out....



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