Military members, veterans, their families, and healthcare providers.

“HunterSeven” was the callsign of SgtMaj. Robert Bowman, who passed at 44-years from a rare form of bile-duct cancer, learn more here.

Although toxic exposures is our main focus, healthcare is our overall goal, we research and educate on various veteran and military-related issues such as insomnia, post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injuries, read the full list here.

Yes, at least 90% of those volunteering on the HunterSeven team are military combat veterans, current active duty or reserve members.

Yes, 80% of those who conduct research, answer emails and questions have both advanced practice degrees in various clinical settings and a range of medical practice licenses.

Not usually. Given the high volume of ongoing needs, the team usually focuses attention on those in need of immediate medical care or those who have a chronic or terminal illness. We do resource out to other organizations who have a team solely focus on claims assistance.

Yes, we have a collection of previous research studies and military memorandums that veterans may find important and of use. You can find that database here.

We are the only veteran-founded, medically licensed research nonprofit organization worldwide to research, publish and educate information on toxic exposures in post-9/11 military veterans and the only non-profit organization to create groundbreaking health systems software specific to veteran health. Check out more here.

We work closely with vetted organizations who are on the same mission and values as our team, i.e. 

Yes, Donations are completely tax-deductible as we are a federally approved 501(c)(3). If you are looking to make a donation, you can do so here.

Absolutely, a large portion of our revenue comes from raffles and auctions that include donor items. If interested in donating a non-monetary item, please email

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