VMI Renews Commitment to PVA, Hires Retired Air Force Lieutenant General

Serving the military is serious business for the folks at Vantage Mobility International (VMI), a manufacturer of accessible vehicles. To help strengthen the company’s programs, VMI has extended its relationship with Paralyzed Veterans of America and Mission: ABLE for another year.

In addition, retired Air Force Lt. Gen. John F. Regni has accepted a position on the VMI board of advisors.

“VMI proudly supports the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces,” said Doug Eaton, president of VMI. “Over the last year we’ve worked diligently to help our veterans through our Operation Independence initiative, which supports Paralyzed Veterans of America’s Mission: ABLE campaign and educates disabled veterans about federal grant 21-4502. We’re excited about the opportunity to renew our efforts with Paralyzed Veterans for another year. And we’re especially honored that Lt. General John Regni joined our board. We look forward to the insight and leadership he will bring to the Operation Independence team.”

Regni, who most recently was the superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academy, will be charged with developing a jobs creation program for disabled U.S. veterans and education programs on VA benefits for mobility vehicles.

“After serving with so many dedicated, selfless men and women in the U.S. Armed Services, my primary focus is to assist them in building a prosperous civilian life,” Regni said.