In honor of Veterans Day, we’re featuring a mini-documentary on the Warrior Brotherhood Virginia Chapter, a Veteran Motorcycle Club.
The Warrior Brotherhood Veterans Motorcycle Club’s mission is simple and strong, “Veterans Helping Veterans”. In the video below, Operation Desert Storm Veteran talks about how becoming a member of the Warrior Brotherhood has helped him overcome the struggles of life after serving. Find out more about the Warrior Brotherhood Veterans Motorcycle Club here.
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David Endersby, “Goat,” a veteran of Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm, is vice president of the Warrior Brotherhood Motorcycle Club’s Virginia Chapter A. The motto of the club is “vets helping vets,” and their members have served in Vietnam, Desert Storm, Iraq, Afghanistan and Korea. When Endersby retired from the Marine Corps, he missed the camaraderie and esprit de corps and decided to join the motorcycle club. “I’d lay down my life for these guys,” he said.” – YouTube Video Description