"Oftentimes when their loved one is injured, they leave their life behind and they come to Walter Reed and spend months, if not years, while they take care of their kids and their spouse to see them through recovery," Mr. Coolidge said. "[We] thank the unsung heroes of our military community: the spouses and caregivers. We do that through events, whether it's taking an injured soldier, sailor, airman, guardsman or Marine out hunting, or taking the whole family out for a vacation and allowing them to reconnect and heal. And that's what we're all about. We're honored to be a part of it."