Veterans Reloading Assistance Program, Inc. (VRAP) is a 501 (c) (3) , and assists current and former veterans of the Military, Fire, EMS, Law Enforcement and Dispatch, in the calming motions of reloading their own ammunition. Reloading is used to offset the PTSD we gained by the things we have seen and heard, by assisting Veterans in the calming, repititious motions of case prep and reloading.
VRAP supplies all equipment, literature and training to become proficient in reloading.
Josh Bowyer was raised USAF, base-hopping all over the lower 48. Currently lives in Carey, Idaho, and works as a Clinical Engineer at St. Lukes Wood River, maintaining medical equipment. Also currently employed by Carey Rural Fire & Rescue, with 21 years experience. Started reloading in 1992.
Brian Hamel was raised in a New England fishing town, was a corrections officer and avid hunter. Moved to ldaho ~30 years ago, and reloads in off-season from hunting and fishing.
P.o. box 351
Carey, ID 83320