In October, Banded Brigade Outdoors leads a major hunting expedition to Greybull, Wyoming — a small town located in Big Horn County and positioned in the wild nature of the Bighorn Mountains. Not far from the colorful rock formations of the Devil’s Kitchen and the picturesque beauty of the Bighorn Basin, our participants can expect to truly get back to nature that has existed for more than 11 million years. Wounded veterans are the focus for this specific hunt as they track white-tailed deer and elk. During one hunting trip, we shot 61 deer in 10 days and donated the meat to the local Native American tribal elders in the spirit of the circle of life, thankfulness and giving back to others. The town of Greybull has adopted Banded Brigade Outdoors and the group’s mission as their own. Wyoming Governor Matt Mead, the local game wardens and Greybull’s residents have given us access to two-and-one-half-million acres upon which to hunt. Their incredible support and unwavering compassion continues to make an amazing impact on the servicemen and servicewomen who experience a Greybull, Wyoming, expedition. It goes back to listening to that higher power and believing that others truly care about the men and women who serve to protect our country.