Aiken Warrior Project
Aiken/Augusta Warrior Project’s model is based on developing a proactive relationship with Warriors in order to prevent or mitigate life crisis by holistically addressing issues early and collectively with our partners. Warrior assistance is coordinated by Augusta Warrior Project advocates. Our collaborative relationships with local, state, and national organizations ensures the well-deserved support for our Warriors and their families.
Aiken/Augusta Warrior Project Liaison
"Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana" -Groucho Marx
Vic McInnis works for the Aiken-Augusta Warriors Project, which is a local non-profit organization that connects veterans and their families with resources and services. He graduated with a B/A and M/A from Auburn University, and served six years in the U.S Army. He retired from the Department of Defense in 2015 after 29 1/2 years of service, including a deployment to Iraq and 2 to Afghanistan.
Vic has been married to his wife Barbra for 25 years, has two grown daughters, and a dog named Shug Jordan.