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1919 Oxmoor Road, PMB 371, Homewood, AL 35209

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More Than Autographed Footballs

For wounded veterans, the return home can be challenging. Many are too injured to attend a Welcome Home event with their fellow soldiers in recognition for their service. These individuals and their families are faced with months, sometimes years, of rehabilitation and training. Many times, the wounds are invisible and can include:

  • Unbearable Grief

  • Traumatic Brain Disorder (TBI)

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • Moral Injury

  • Substance Abuse


Lettermen of the USA (LotUSA) is a national 501 (c) (3) charitable organization of former college athletes, as well as active and former coaches who have teamed up to help serve honorably discharged veterans, wounded veterans, disaster victims, and former college players in need. The mission of LotUSA is to impact those we serve by offering the motivation, guidance, and support necessary to pursue success in life, school, and work, One Yard at A Time.


WWII Veteran Celebrates 102nd Birthday

As part of a very special 102nd birthday celebration, the Lettermen of the USA (LotUSA) presented birthday boy, Major Wooten, Private, United States Army (Ret.), with an autographed Alabama football on Saturday, December 8 at Mount Zion Baptist Church in Huntsville, AL. Wooten has been an Alabama fan since the 1930s and still remembers going to games back then. 


United States Army /Lettermen of the USA Board Member, Col. John Jones presented Wooten with a football autographed by former Alabama and retired NFL player Bobby Humphrey. The organization also presented Wooten with a hard hat signed by former Crimson Tide head coach Gene Stallings.
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