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ALOHA FOR INDO Three surfers from Kaua`i set out to bring clean water to the people of Indonesia while on a surf trip. After arriving in Indo they learn it's much more difficult to make a difference then they initially thought. Through equal parts persistence and luck they are able to join a student project from Australia who've developed a teaching tool that could save hundreds of lives. The team, with the help of Surfaid Sumba test the project and discovers the key to creating lasting sustainable change. In the end they learn how a small group of people can contribute and make a big improvement in a worldwide problem.
Some battles never end...
"I experienced combat... and that changes someone forever." Louis "Cali" Caliendo United States Marine Kaua’i Veterans returning to civilian life face many challenges. Adapting to a completely different lifestyle than they had in Iraq or Afghanistan, while possibly facing financial and personal relationship issues, our veteran’s also have to address the traumatic experiences that occurred during deployment. These experiences can haunt the returning veterans and make civilian life hard to manage. Other problems returning veterans have faced are alcoholism, substance abuse, domestic violence, crime, and behavioral health disorders. Still Serving focuses on how those issues have affected Kaua’i veterans.
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ALOHA FOR INDO Three surfers from Kaua`i set out to bring clean water to the people of Indonesia while on a surf trip. After arriving in Indo they learn it's much more difficult to make a difference then they initially thought. Through equal parts persistence and luck they are able to join a student project from Australia who've developed a teaching tool that could save hundreds of lives. The team, with the help of Surfaid Sumba test the project and discovers the key to creating lasting sustainable change. In the end they learn how a small group of people can contribute and make a big improvement in a worldwide problem.
Some battles never end...
"I experienced combat... and that changes someone forever." Louis "Cali" Caliendo
United States Marine Kaua’i Veterans returning to civilian life face many challenges. Adapting to a completely different lifestyle than they had in Iraq or Afghanistan, while possibly facing financial and personal relationship issues, our veteran’s also have to address the traumatic experiences that occurred during deployment. These experiences can haunt the returning veterans and make civilian life hard to manage. Other problems returning veterans have faced are alcoholism, substance abuse, domestic violence, crime, and behavioral health disorders. Still Serving focuses on how those issues have affected Kaua’i veterans.
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ALOHA FOR INDO Three surfers from Kaua`i set out to bring clean water to the people of Indonesia while on a surf trip. After arriving in Indo they learn it's much more difficult to make a difference then they initially thought. Through equal parts persistence and luck they are able to join a student project from Australia who've developed a teaching tool that could save hundreds of lives. The team, with the help of Surfaid Sumba test the project and discovers the key to creating lasting sustainable change. In the end they learn how a small group of people can contribute and make a big improvement in a worldwide problem.
Some battles never end...
"I experienced combat... and that changes someone forever." Louis "Cali" Caliendo United States Marine
Kaua’i Veterans returning to civilian life face many challenges. Adapting to a completely different lifestyle than they had in Iraq or Afghanistan, while possibly facing financial and personal relationship issues, our veteran’s also have to address the traumatic experiences that occurred during deployment. These experiences can haunt the returning veterans and make civilian life hard to manage. Other problems returning veterans have faced are alcoholism, substance abuse, domestic violence, crime, and behavioral health disorders. Still Serving focuses on how those issues have affected Kaua’i veterans.
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ALOHA FOR INDO Three surfers from Kaua`i set out to bring clean water to the people of Indonesia while on a surf trip. After arriving in Indo they learn it's much more difficult to make a difference then they initially thought. Through equal parts persistence and luck they are able to join a student project from Australia who've developed a teaching tool that could save hundreds of lives. The team, with the help of Surfaid Sumba test the project and discovers the key to creating lasting sustainable change. In the end they learn how a small group of people can contribute and make a big improvement in a worldwide problem.
Some battles never end...
"I experienced combat... and that changes someone forever." Louis "Cali" Caliendo
United States Marine
Kaua’i Veterans returning to civilian life face many challenges. Adapting to a completely different lifestyle than they had in Iraq or Afghanistan, while possibly facing financial and personal relationship issues, our veteran’s also have to address the traumatic experiences that occurred during deployment. These experiences can haunt the returning veterans and make civilian life hard to manage. Other problems returning veterans have faced are alcoholism, substance abuse, domestic violence, crime, and behavioral health disorders. Still Serving focuses on how those issues have affected Kaua’i veterans.
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ALOHA FOR INDO Three surfers from Kaua`i set out to bring clean water to the people of Indonesia while on a surf trip. After arriving in Indo they learn it's much more difficult to make a difference then they initially thought. Through equal parts persistence and luck they are able to join a student project from Australia who've developed a teaching tool that could save hundreds of lives. The team, with the help of Surfaid Sumba test the project and discovers the key to creating lasting sustainable change. In the end they learn how a small group of people can contribute and make a big improvement in a worldwide problem.
Some battles never end...
"I experienced combat... and that changes someone forever." Louis "Cali" Caliendo
United States Marine Kaua’i Veterans returning to civilian life face many challenges. Adapting to a completely different lifestyle than they had in Iraq or Afghanistan, while possibly facing financial and personal relationship issues, our veteran’s also have to address the traumatic experiences that occurred during deployment. These experiences can haunt the returning veterans and make civilian life hard to manage. Other problems returning veterans have faced are alcoholism, substance abuse, domestic violence, crime, and behavioral health disorders. Still Serving focuses on how those issues have affected Kaua’i veterans.
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ALOHA FOR INDO Three surfers from Kaua`i set out to bring clean water to the people of Indonesia while on a surf trip. After arriving in Indo they learn it's much more difficult to make a difference then they initially thought. Through equal parts persistence and luck they are able to join a student project from Australia who've developed a teaching tool that could save hundreds of lives. The team, with the help of Surfaid Sumba test the project and discovers the key to creating lasting sustainable change. In the end they learn how a small group of people can contribute and make a big improvement in a worldwide problem.
Some battles never end...
"I experienced combat... and that changes someone forever." Louis "Cali" Caliendo United States Marine Kaua’i Veterans returning to civilian life face many challenges. Adapting to a completely different lifestyle than they had in Iraq or Afghanistan, while possibly facing financial and personal relationship issues, our veteran’s also have to address the traumatic experiences that occurred during deployment. These experiences can haunt the returning veterans and make civilian life hard to manage. Other problems returning veterans have faced are alcoholism, substance abuse, domestic violence, crime, and behavioral health disorders. Still Serving focuses on how those issues have affected Kaua’i veterans.
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ALOHA FOR INDO Three surfers from Kaua`i set out to bring clean water to the people of Indonesia while on a surf trip. After arriving in Indo they learn it's much more difficult to make a difference then they initially thought. Through equal parts persistence and luck they are able to join a student project from Australia who've developed a teaching tool that could save hundreds of lives. The team, with the help of Surfaid Sumba test the project and discovers the key to creating lasting sustainable change. In the end they learn how a small group of people can contribute and make a big improvement in a worldwide problem.
Some battles never end...
"I experienced combat... and that changes someone forever." Louis "Cali" Caliendo
United States Marine
Kaua’i Veterans returning to civilian life face many challenges. Adapting to a completely different lifestyle than they had in Iraq or Afghanistan, while possibly facing financial and personal relationship issues, our veteran’s also have to address the traumatic experiences that occurred during deployment. These experiences can haunt the returning veterans and make civilian life hard to manage. Other problems returning veterans have faced are alcoholism, substance abuse, domestic violence, crime, and behavioral health disorders. Still Serving focuses on how those issues have affected Kaua’i veterans.
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ALOHA FOR INDO Three surfers from Kaua`i set out to bring clean water to the people of Indonesia while on a surf trip. After arriving in Indo they learn it's much more difficult to make a difference then they initially thought. Through equal parts persistence and luck they are able to join a student project from Australia who've developed a teaching tool that could save hundreds of lives. The team, with the help of Surfaid Sumba test the project and discovers the key to creating lasting sustainable change. In the end they learn how a small group of people can contribute and make a big improvement in a worldwide problem.
Some battles never end...
"I experienced combat... and that changes someone forever." Louis "Cali" Caliendo
United States Marine
Kaua’i Veterans returning to civilian life face many challenges. Adapting to a completely different lifestyle than they had in Iraq or Afghanistan, while possibly facing financial and personal relationship issues, our veteran’s also have to address the traumatic experiences that occurred during deployment. These experiences can haunt the returning veterans and make civilian life hard to manage. Other problems returning veterans have faced are alcoholism, substance abuse, domestic violence, crime, and behavioral health disorders. Still Serving focuses on how those issues have affected Kaua’i veterans.
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ALOHA FOR INDO Three surfers from Kaua`i set out to bring clean water to the people of Indonesia while on a surf trip. After arriving in Indo they learn it's much more difficult to make a difference then they initially thought. Through equal parts persistence and luck they are able to join a student project from Australia who've developed a teaching tool that could save hundreds of lives. The team, with the help of Surfaid Sumba test the project and discovers the key to creating lasting sustainable change. In the end they learn how a small group of people can contribute and make a big improvement in a worldwide problem.
Some battles never end...
"I experienced combat... and that changes someone forever." Louis "Cali" Caliendo United States Marine
Kaua’i Veterans returning to civilian life face many challenges. Adapting to a completely different lifestyle than they had in Iraq or Afghanistan, while possibly facing financial and personal relationship issues, our veteran’s also have to address the traumatic experiences that occurred during deployment. These experiences can haunt the returning veterans and make civilian life hard to manage. Other problems returning veterans have faced are alcoholism, substance abuse, domestic violence, crime, and behavioral health disorders. Still Serving focuses on how those issues have affected Kaua’i veterans.
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ALOHA FOR INDO Three surfers from Kaua`i set out to bring clean water to the people of Indonesia while on a surf trip. After arriving in Indo they learn it's much more difficult to make a difference then they initially thought. Through equal parts persistence and luck they are able to join a student project from Australia who've developed a teaching tool that could save hundreds of lives. The team, with the help of Surfaid Sumba test the project and discovers the key to creating lasting sustainable change. In the end they learn how a small group of people can contribute and make a big improvement in a worldwide problem.
Some battles never end...
"I experienced combat... and that changes someone forever." Kaua’i Veterans returning to civilian life face many challenges. Adapting to a completely different lifestyle than they had in Iraq or Afghanistan, while possibly facing financial and personal relationship issues, our veteran’s also have to address the traumatic experiences that occurred during deployment. These experiences can haunt the returning veterans and make civilian life hard to manage. Other problems returning veterans have faced are alcoholism, substance abuse, domestic violence, crime, and behavioral health disorders. Still Serving focuses on how those issues have affected Kaua’i veterans.
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"I experienced combat... and that changes someone forever."
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