Mission Accomplished on November 11, 2010
Army SSG Scot Noss
Army SSG Scot Noss was injured on February 18, 2007 when the Chinook helicopter he was riding in crashed in the mountains of Southern Afghanistan. Eight of the twenty-two service members did not survive the crash. Scot was the most severely injured, suffering from Traumatic Brain Injury. After being stabilized in Germany, Scot was transferred to Bethesda Naval Hospital in Maryland and later to the James A. Haley Medical Center in Tampa, FL where he remains at this time.
Scot enjoyed sports including running and football, which was his favorite sport for both watching and playing. He was also an avid reader.
Scot’s wife RyAnne is looking forward to stability in the couple’s future as a specially adapted home provides Scot with a better quality of life.
Please consider helping Homes for Our Troops provide SSG Noss and his wife, RyAnne with a home that will accommodate his needs and enable them to concentrate on his recovery and their future.