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Back in Texas. 3rd mission to deliver supplies from US to Ukraine (this time with ambulances) is accomplished.

US > France > Poland > Ukraine

2 weeks ago, I flew from US to France, with $18k worth (7 bags) of humanitarian aid to bring to Ukrainian friends. Picked up 3 ambulances in Poland purchased by my Australian friend James Spenceley who organized and raised $165k in funding this last month. Together with James, Jesse McNeilly, and Konrad Gajewski we drove a caravan from Poland to Ukraine (Lviv, Ternopil, Kyiv, Irpen, Bucha, Mykolaiv, Odessa) on our trip to deliver the ambulances and supplies to the front lines. Met with Peace Corps Medical Officer Dr. Valerii Gontarenko and other doctors, government officials, local and international press, and interacted with residents affected by war, to do more needs assessment.

Yesterday, I returned to work in Texas. This ambulance/supplies run is completed.

Other than those already mentioned above, there are many more people I want to personally thank. Here are just a few of them: Yurinov Dmytro, Yaroslav Kolodiy, Roman Oleksenko, Roman Orfinyak, Anna Orfinyak, Oksana Ortynska, Viktoria Spenceley, Christi Manning Curtis, Maria Pruitt, Yuriy Dinets, Natalia Gucciardo, Iryna Spas, Anton Podilchak, Dmytro Symovonyk, Jeffrey Hrtmn, Kimberly Hartmn, Mark Johnston, Vasyl Myroshnychenko, Markiyan Malskyy, Andriana Malska, Bohdan Malovanyy, Oksana Toporina, Ryan Murray, Iryna Murray, Alex Mass, Sirina Tsai, Roger Ma, Yvonne L Cheng, Edie Cheng, Daryl Chou, Dee Nelson, Andrew Carroll, Steve Orten.

Slava Ukraiini 🇺🇦

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