Revision & Dan Packard Spec Ops Family Fund
The Revision & Dan Packard Spec Ops Family Fund provides support for wounded special operators and their families by granting immediate financial assistance to Spec Ops personnel severely wounded in the global war on terror. Managed by the Special Operations Warrior Foundation (SOWF), once notified of a special operator hospitalized with a severe injury, the SOWF immediately sends a $3,000 grant to the service member so that loved ones can travel to be at their bedside.
The Dan Packard Spec Ops Family Fund was created by Revision to honor Mr. Packard’s immeasurable contributions as both a former Special Operator and as a senior executive at Revision Military. Dan leaves Revision after 8 years of dedicated service in the position of Vice President, U.S. Sales. In this position Dan was responsible for overseeing the Company’s U.S. military and retail sales, and leading the company’s U.S. Army Customer Support Team. Instrumental in growing the company to the global defense supplier that it is today, Mr. Packard brought with him a wealth of experience, including over 15 years of selling to the U.S. military. Prior to joining Revision, Dan served as a Survival Instructor and as an Air Force Combat Controller (CCT).
The U.S. Air Force Special Tactics motto “First There… That Others May Live,” are words that Packard continues to live by in his civilian life; so much so that Dan’s generosity is recognized locally and within the broader military community. In acknowledgment of Dan’s service to his country, his community and the company, Revision is proud to support one of Dan’s favorite causes with a $50,000 donation to the Special Operations Warrior Foundation.
You too can help the SOWF in their mission to bring the families of severely wounded special operators to the bedsides of their loved ones. Visit the SOWF donations page and select the “Revision & Dan Packard” Program Area to make a contribution to this important cause.