As we look back on the past year, we are filled with an abundance of gratitude. Whether supporting OATH through financial contributions, volunteering, participating in our various veteran and community outreach events and fundraisiers, shopping on Amazon Smile or collecting recycling, each and every one of you make our work possible. We hope you enjoy this video with special memories from 2015! 


Thank you to everyone who worked so hard to make 2014 an amazing year for Operation All The Way Home - - our sponsors, volunteers, and the thousands of people we encountered at events throughout the year. Without you, this grassroots effort to bring SPC Jerral Hancock and his family all the way home would not be possible. It is difficult with words to describe the incredible journey of 2014. Hopefully these pictures will help.

"5Klicks to home" 5K Run/walk hosted Palmdale kiwanis in support of OAth - June 5, 2016

2016 Events

Applebee's Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser - March 5, 2016

Thank you to everyone who came out to support our veterans and raise funds for OATH. The evening was filled with great baseball (Go JetHawks!) and music. Special thank you's to Buck Rogers and the Lancaster JetHawks, Cliff Miller and the LA Parrot Heads, and Matt Hoggatt for putting on a great show after the game! OATH would also like to thank U.S. Army Veteran Taniel Green-Wood for throwing out the first pitch and for her service to our country, both in the Army and as a Readjustment Counseling Therapist at the AV Vet Center in Palmdale. Thank you for all you do to bring our warriors all the way home!

Memories from 2014

Distributing clothing to Veterans in need - Veteran Outreach events - Feb. 27, 2016 & June 11, 2016

​Jimmy Buffett Night at the Hangar - Saturday, September 3, 2016 

Photo - Video Gallery

Vinces's Fundraiser - April 22, 2016

​Project 22 veteran BBQ - Saturday, june 11, 2016

THANK YOU to everyone who came out to Vince's Pizza & Pasta on Friday night, Nov. 18! It was a huge turn-out! Thank you to everyone who attended, ordered take-out, made donations and donated online. Thank you for helping to make Christmas dreams come true for local soldiers and their families! 

"Bringing veterans home, one warrior at a time"

​Operation All The Way Home

Memories from 2015

On Saturday afternoon, June 11, OATH hosted a follow-up BBQ for veterans and their families who attended the screening of the film "Project 22" at Cinemark on May 19, 2016. Guests enjoyed a meal together and then participated in a candid and powerful roundtable discussion about veteran suicide and possible prevention strategies. The conversation also included the many challenges veterans face transitioning from military to civilian life and the role local communities can play in supporting veterans through this difficult process. OATH would like to thank everyone who attended and participated, especially Gerry Rice, who facilitated the discussion. Operation All The Way Home is committed to continuing this dialogue and raising awareness of the need for solutions and hope.