AMN Video: Spartyka Foundation aims to serve the ‘modern-day warrior’ and is helping vets across the country | American Military News

AMN Video: Spartyka Foundation aims to serve the ‘modern-day warrior’ and is helping vets across the country

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Spartyka Foundation is a nonprofit organization for wounded warriors and veterans.

The Spartyka Foundation is bridging the gaps and connecting the dots for homeless veterans, wounded warriors and Gold Star Families by offering a full continuum of services. The foundation understands the modern day warrior, and the sacrifices made by him or her, and it proudly supports the troops and veterans – this includes housing placement, networking, career building, community and recreation.

Its vision is embodied by founder Jimi Partyka, who currently serves in the U.S. Navy and has more than 20 years of military experience, including multiple deployments.

Spartyka Foundation was recently featured at the ADS Warrior East Expo in Virginia Beach.

ADS, Inc., is a company that provides equipment, procurement and support solutions to the defense, military and law enforcement markets.

The Expo is intended to bring customers and companies together to be able to “touch, try and train,” and the event is described as the “equal sign” between consumers and products. There are also opportunities to take educational courses during the Expo.

“Warrior Expo is the embodiment of our mission to actively seek out our customers’ equipment and logistics challenges and deliver innovative, cost-effective solutions that enhance their ability to complete their missions,” ADS said. “It is this commitment that has made ADS the world’s premier equipment, procurement and support solutions specialist to the military, law enforcement, first responders and the defense industry.”

ADS serves the following markets:

  • Department of Defense
  • Federal Government Agencies
  • First Responders
  • Humanitarian Organizations
  • Partner Nations
  • State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies
  • Major Prime Contractors