First a word of Thanks to this new organization helping to bring further awareness and support:
About Missing Veterans MissingVeterans.com was started in 2014 by a Veteran to help raise awareness and act as a focal point for highlighting Missing U.S. Veterans. With the help of Volunteers and with the support of people around the United States providing tips and updates, we are able to provide a valuable resource for the Missing Veterans, their family and friends. The MissingVeterans.com website is an all volunteer effort. No money is asked for at any time and we do not accept donations. We focus on Missing Veterans only and only list Veterans who went missing while not on official duty in an operation or during a conflict. There are many resources already available for finding our Missing Brothers and Sisters who are POW/MIA. We can best serve our Brothers and Sisters back home by focusing on those that went missing back home if we narrow our criteria. Read more: http://www.missingveterans.com/about-missing-veterans/
Damien Mark Sharp
Damien Mark Sharp is a 22 year old U.S. Army Veteran who went missing on May 25, 2002 after being dropped off at a Memorial Day weekend party in Warren, PA. Damien Sharp disappeared after being dropped off at the party and a two days after he went missing, his roommates told Damien’s mother he was missing. Damien’s family reported him missing on June 3, 2002. Damien Mark Sharp was last seen carrying a black backpack, wearing a dark shirt and dark shorts and was using aluminum crutches due to a knee injury. Damien is 5 feet 7 inches to 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 165 to 170 pounds. He has very short blonde-strawberry hair and hazel eyes. Damien has an outline of a large Egyptian Ahnk tattooed on his chest. If you have information about the whereabouts of Damien Mark Sharp, contact the City of Warren Police Department, Detective Chimenti, at 814-723-2700 reference case # 2002-2640 (NamUs MP# 13646)
Facebook Page dedicated to finding Damien Sharp: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Damien-Sharp…
To all fellow Veterans, individuals as well as clubs:
It was great seeing some of you on the run last year, hope to see many more this year. Whether you are American Legion Riders, AMVETS, VVA, VFW, Patriot Guard, Gold Star & Blue Star, WarVets, or any other group, wear your colors proudly on this run with us, all are welcome.