Dane Prevatt grew up in the small town of Grants Pass, Oregon but he found his place within the United States Marine Corps. At 18 years old he completed boot camp and in 1991 found himself on the shores of Kuwait wondering what would come next. He spent a couple months in country, after Desert Storm had ceased, and went to Africa from there to intercept war lords stealing American aid. Throughout his career he endured advanced training including SPIE rigging operations around the world. When he left the Marines he participated in his first Honor Flight, taking WWII veterans to DC. He has since taken over the operation and found himself at the heart of honor and healing local Central Oregon veterans. This is his story.