What a day - 55 wounded warriors who played in George W. Bush Presidential Center's past Warrior Opens came back for this year's Pro-Am. I'm honored to be in their presence and eternally grateful to them and their families for their sacrifice and resilience.
Thanks to everyone who bought #PortraitsOfCourage, which benefits the George W. Bush Presidential Center and our Military Service Initiative's work to support our veterans. Get your copy at , and come see the paintings in person: .
Tomorrow morning on Sunday TODAY: Willie Geist and I visit with wounded warriors training for the Invictus and Warrior Games at MacDill Air Force Base and talk about #PortraitsofCourage, my tribute to the remarkable men and women who paid a dear price for our freedom while carrying out my orders
"I hope civilians realize there's not an ounce of self-pity in these veterans, and I hope that inspires our citizens to overcome their own struggles, whatever they may be. I hope veterans realize that it's courageous to talk about their injuries, including invisible wounds of war like post-traumatic stress." #PortraitsofCourage
Alexander Glenn-Camden is a tremendous example of courage and resilience. Tune in to the TODAY Show at 7:50am tomorrow. I'll be there with some of the wounded warriors I painted in #PortraitsOfCourage talking about how our country can better support our veterans. Afterwards, our conversation will continue here on Facebook Live.
Chris Self is an incredible patriot...and one hell of a mountain bike rider. Learn more about him in #PortraitsofCourage - . All profits are being donated to the George W. Bush Presidential Center and our work to help post-9/11 veterans.