The Crossroads of Special Operations

Monday, June 21, 2021

He makes a village | Washington Examiner

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Tyler Merritt has dedicated his post-military career to helping his fellow veterans adjust to a civilian life. Merritt first founded an apparel store in 2012, that started out with just a few employees but grew to a staff over 240 people, most of who are veterans. He also spends his personal time working with airlines to help connect families who recently lost a military member as quick as possible. Recently, Merritt has been working on his veteran village, a group of tiny homes created to act as temporary housing for homeless veterans while they work to get back on their feet.

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