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Soldier Hard
SGT Jeff Barillaro – Founder & CEO of Redcon-1 Music Group
US Army, KFOR, OSW & OIF Veteran - 19 Kilo/Armor Crewmen
Releasing 25 albums since 2001, Soldier Hard has been doing music as therapy for the last 7 years. Since the completion of his military service in July, 2010, he has traveled the world performing for veterans and military families. Diagnosed with severe PTSD, Soldier Hard’s music is his therapy to cope with past experiences that made a mark in his life for years to come. He believes that if music can save his life, music can save the lives of many other veterans who also suffer from PTSD. His album titled "Final Session" charted Top- 15 albums on the iTunes Hip-Hop Charts & made the iTunes "Best Sellers List."

To view the theatrical trailer for PROJECT 22 please clik on the link below:



13th annual PRIDE OF THE NATION - "Remember the fallen, thank the living"

Antelope Valley Veterans Center Holiday dinner & special Christmas deliveries to local soldiers from the 756th Transportation Unit of the U.S Army National Guard! The Christmas spirit filled the AV Vet Center this year as the AV's Daughters of the American Revolution hosted a beautiful holiday dinner for our local veterans. OATH members were honored to have the opportunity to support this event by providing food and helping to serve the meal. OATH also had the very special opportunity to bring Christmas to soldiers and their families who were experiencing challenges during the holidays. It was honor to serve our veterans and soldiers this holiday season!


SPC Arez Cobain – US Army veteran, served 12 months in 2007-2008 in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. After returning home from a hand injury sustained in Iraq that doctors thought would never heal, Arez used/learned to play the piano to regain strength in his right hand. After a short military career, Arez has found purpose again in his mission to reach those who struggle with the same mental battles he has encountered with PTSD. His debut album, "Blood in the Stripes" will be released in 2017.


SSG Tommy Labelle, “Panda,” – is also a veteran of the US Army, serving multiple deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Panda uses music as his therapy. His current album is titled "Journey to the Message," which released in October, 2015, charting on iTunes Top 100 Hip-Hop Album Charts.

On-Going Events


Thank you to all of the community members, civic leaders, veterans, and active-duty military personnel who joined OATH on Saturday evening, May 28, 2016 in the H.W. Hunter Pavilion at the AV Fairgrounds to honor all who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, past and present. For details about this powerful evening, please read the article in AERO TECH NEWS & REVIEW, June 3, 2016, "IRAQ PILOT TELLS 'PRIDE OF THE NATION' CROWD HOW TO FLY THROUGH LIFE'S STORMS" Click here to read the entire article. Please check back for information and updates on this year's 14th annual Pride of the Nation.

December 2016 Holiday outreach

Operation All The Way Home would like to thank everyone who attended our screening of the powerful documentary PROJECT 22 on Thursday, May 19, at Cinemark 22 in Lancaster. We are especially grateful to all of the veterans in attendance for all they have endured in service to our nation, and to Doc King and Daniel Egbert for their service, for opening up about their own struggles with combat trauma, and for allowing their own challanges to be a catalyst to seeking and finding hope for each other and for all veterans. And to all of the veterans who were willing to raise their hands, stand up and join other veterans to take the Spartan Pledge, thank you and God Bless you. We were honored to witness your commitment to stay strong and support your battle buddies. May Thursday night be the beginning of a whole new chapter for you and the veterans you encounter throughout your journey. 

Attention Shoppers! If you currently make purchases through Amazon please consider using the link provided below to shop through Amazon Smile. When you do, OATH will receive .5% of each purchase in support of our missions to support veterans. Shopping on Amazon Smile is exactly the same Amazon shopping experience, with the same convenient access to your current Amazon account, etc. Please give it a try and have a portion of your shopping dollars go to helping veterans with the challenges they face transitioning from military to civilian life. Thank you! 

Join OATH for this powerful evening as the artists of Redcon-1 Music Group rock the LPAC! All rap/hip-hop artists in Redcon-1 are active duty military or veterans who have deployed for multiple combat tours. Their songs are up-close and personal reflections of combat, military life, and the long journey home for each combat veteran. Meet the artists...

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We are so proud of our student team! We believe that young adults in every community are a powerful resource. When given leadership opportunities and guidance, students can inspire and serve their communities with great energy and effectiveness. And as adults in the future, they will be the powerful leaders and advocates every community needs for veterans and other important causes. Click here to read the entire article.

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Please consider donating your glass, plastic, and aluminum cans to Operation All The Way Home. Any amount is appreciated! Every penny helps! Recycling can be dropped off at:

WEST PALMDALE: Breezy G Ranch 
41049 43rd Street West, Palmdale, CA 93551 - (661) 722-5170 
Located on the corner of N-3 & 43rd Street West.

The Redcon-1 Music Group's performance is rated appropriate for families. Seating is reserved. To purchase tickets please visit the link below:



Applebee's does the cooking, OATH students do the serving, and guests enjoy a delicious breakfast for a great cause! Proceeds from the breakfast will support OATH's veteran housing and outreach missions. Please join OATH on Saturday morning, February 11, at Applebee's (located on 10th Street West, across from the AV Mall in Palmdale) from 8:00-10:00 AM for a big breakfast of pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage, orange juice and coffee! PRE-SALE TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW!  Limited seating available. Tickets are $10 per person. To purchase tickets, please click on the link:


Welcome to Operation All The Way Home! For more information about our missions and how to get involved, please explore our website and contact us with any questions you may have. To make a tax-deductible donation, please click  the "Click Here To Donate" button at the top of this page. Student and adult members of OATH are all volunteers, and 100% of all donations go directly to our missions supporting veterans. Thank you for visiting our website!

Flapjack fundraiser at Applebee's - Saturday, February 11, 2017 

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Mission Statement:

OATH is a youth driven, 501(c)(3) non-profit, public charity corporation.  The mission of Operation All The Way Home is to assist veterans of the United States Armed Forces with the acquisition of housing, both permanent and transitional. OATH also assists veterans with other needs as they relate to assimilating into civilian life after completion of their military service. While executing its mission, OATH ​empowers students with the skills and experiences necessary to prepare to serve and lead our communities, and continue to advocate for our nation's veterans in the years to come.​

"Bringing veterans home, one warrior at a time"

Stephen Hobbs

SGT Hobbs is a veteran of the US Army, serving 8 years with multiple deployments for Operation Iraqi Freedom, and Operation Enduring Freedom. He released his debut album, "Afghanistan in June," on Sept 11th while deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. His current album is titled "The Warrior Vol 1," which charted on iTunes Top 50 Hip-Hop Album Charts.

HUFFINGTON POST, May 24, 2016 

"7 INITIATIVES BY STUDENTS AND TEACHERS THAT ARE MAKING WAVES OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM" The work of our OATH students is featured in this article showing how students and teachers throughout California "are creating positive change through organizing and volunteering."

Click here to read the entire article.

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