Leshonda Gill speaks atOxnard Public  Library

Derby Chamber of Commerce  - Derek Moody 

Derby Veteran Shares Story - Derek Moody

Healing Sgt Warren - Los Angeles Times Article on Jon Warren

Time Magazine coverage of Bobby Henline.

Luana Schneider, Executive Director of Tempered Steel, Inc. speaks with KSHB TV on Veterans Day 2013.

WarriorBobby Henline, light torches during the opening ceremony of the Hand Purple Hearts event in Branson on Thursday, April 26, 2012.

​David Wood wins Pulitzer Prize for Huffington Post 10 part series Beyond the Battlefield.

​Former U.S. Sergeant Leshonda Gill, Tempered Steel speaker, gave dozens of kids a heart-felt message while speaking at Soldier Shares Stories of Hardship, Triumph with Less Fortunate Kids.

Wounded Warrior Finds Career Success After Service. Alvin Shell described the employment barriers he had to overcome before attaining career success during the 2012 Wounded Warrior Employment Conference.

News article about Staff Sgt. Derek Moody, Disabled Kansas Veteran Speaks Out About Challenges.

Give a Mom a Soldier, blogger mom affected by Luana Schneider's story.

Derek Moody speaks for Tempered Steel in honor of Veterans Day at the Winfield Public Library. 

Healing in Service to Others. Tempered Steel was mentioned as one of the organizations giving wounded military a chance to help others.

Respecting Ourselves and Respecting Each Other. Veteran LyVell Gipson was keynote speaker at a 1/2 day event for Middle and Junior High School students. 

Luncheon to Benefit Veteran Groups. Announcement of the luncheon in Valentia, CA to raise funds for Tempered Steel Inc.

​​Beyond the Battlefield is a series of stories, this one addressing the stories of caregivers who assist wounded military with the new battles the face.

Beyond the Battlefield, story on wounded military members returning home and the new battles they face.

Mom Drops Everything to Care for Wounded Son. A prospective from Luana Schneider, mother of a wounded soldier. "The told me when I got to the hospital that this would make me or break me."

​​Wounded Warriors Report Improvements in Care Continuity.

USO Conference Offers Caregiver Support. "Just because we look different, we're the same people. Don't shy away or look away from us. Come up and hear our story, what's been done to us. Don't be afraid." 

​Voice of Warriors

Event: Radio Interview with Luana Schneider Exec Director of Tempered Steel

Start Time: Monday, September 5 at 6:30pm

End Time: Monday, September 5 at 9:30pm

Luana Schneider joins us to share about Tempered Steel Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting national awareness, education and support for our severely injured military members.

​Fox News, Wounded Veterans Share Their Stories With Students, Community.

​AW2 Veteran Alvin Shell Transitions to Federal Career Post Injury.

Stories Behind the Scares: Iraq War Vet Sgt. Tony Lino. Sgt. Lino stopped by KCAL9 to talk about the efforts of a group called Tempered Steel, also discusses his time serving in Iraq and the injuries he suffered in the war.

Our Hometown Stories: Tempered Steel: Behind the Scars. Story recounts reasons for starting Tempered Steel and the people who made it happen.

​Story of the Photo Introspective appearing at Ronald Reagan Library. Several Veterans Honored at Events in Simi Valley and Moorpark.

​Cummuni-K blog tells the story, A Higher Calling, of a paratrooper inspired to live again after hearing Bobby Henline.

Wounded Warrior Photo Introspective featured at Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Veterans Day, September 27, 2010. MC Blog announces the Photo Introspective presented by Tempered Steel.

Tempered Steel Articles

"His army incomparably holds, after long years, the abiding love of its surviving veterans. Who marched with it, fought with it, took part in its victories and defeats, shared its sufferings and joys; shall [never] be deaf when its deeds are sung, [nor] mute when rung out its plaudits!"

~Brig. Gen. G Moxley Sorrell, "Recollections of a Confederate Staff Officer", 1905