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First There 4 Resiliency

Assisting in times of crisis and tragedy

Through our First There 4 Resiliency (FT4-R) program, we are dedicated to extending our support to combat controllers and their families when unexpected needs arise, during times of crisis and adversity. The FT4-R program also assists Gold Star Families, providing them with financial assistance to address expenses related to the dignified transfer of remains, memorial services, and travel costs. Our goal is to alleviate the burdens they face during these challenging moments and help them navigate through difficult times.

The Combat Control Foundation is First There as a steadfast support system, ensuring that the children, spouses, and parents of fallen warriors are not alone in the aftermath of their loss. We are committed to providing a range of services to assist them during the years that follow, such as grief counseling, rejuvenating retreats, thoughtful remembrance gifts, and tailored kids' camps. Our aim is to offer solace, healing, and a nurturing environment to those who have endured such profound heartache, helping them navigate their journey of healing and remembrance.

The Combat Control Foundation is First There in our commitment to extend support to warriors who face the unfortunate circumstance of losing a parent or sibling. We stand as a reliable presence, ready to provide support during this challenging time. Our aim is to ensure that these warriors receive the support they need to navigate through their grief, heal, and find solace.

We perform a crucial role in bolstering the resilience of even the most accomplished individuals by providing support that alleviates the multitude of stressors they encounter. This assistance proves invaluable in enhancing their well-being and ability to overcome challenges.

We are Combat Control Foundation.
We are First There.

Support that aids in recovery

Supporting education opportunities

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Preserving history of the community

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