Operation HHA USA

Our mission is to show appreciation and create a sense of community for Veterans, Active Military and First Responders through archery and the outdoors

Founded in 2019, HHAUSA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in central Wisconsin. Our mission is to show appreciation and create a sense of community for Veterans, Active Military and First Responders through archery and the outdoors.

We are passionate about the fight against PTSD and the 22 Veterans a day that take their lives. Partnerships with the E3 Ranch Foundation, Kniestedt Foundation, Wounded Warriors In Action and others, have allowed us to assist in getting service men and women into the outdoors. The peace, healing, comradery and friendships they have found has been lifechanging and in some cases, lifesaving.

One of the other primary objectives of HHAUSA is to raise funds to fly Veterans of World War II, Korea, and Vietnam to Washington DC to visit the memorials built in their honor. Thanks to the Honor Flight Network, over 250,000 Veterans have taken this trip of a lifetime, receiving the respect, gratitude and welcome home that they deserve. Having participated multiple times as a guardian, the Honor Flight has been one of the greatest experiences of my life. I would urge anyone with a heart for Veterans or that has a friend or family member eligible for the trip, to connect with your local chapter and learn more about this amazing organization.

In 2023, HHAUSA will host five events across Wisconsin, bringing likeminded people together through archery and the outdoors. Plans are in place to expand our reach to other states, spreading the impact from coast to coast to help those in need.

The HHAUSA Podcast continues to drop new episodes every Friday, sharing success stories from service men and women and spreading our message to a growing fanbase around the country.

At HHAUSA we are committed to serving those who have served and sacrificed for us. We owe a great deal to members of the Armed Forces and First Responder communities who put their lives on the line each day and we are asking you to join us. Together we can make a difference.

Thank you for supporting our mission and God bless.

Chris Hamm

President, HHAUSA, Inc.

The Military Discount

All Proceeds will go to the operation HHAUSA program, designed to help service men and women get back into the outdoors.

Service members purchasing HHA products with the discount program will see the proceeds go directly back to the veteran community through several archery charities in Wisconsin. Additionally, all proceeds from the sale of operation HHAUSA apparel will be dedicated towards raising awareness of the difficulties veterans face when their time of service is over.


To qualify, service members and veterans can simply contact HHA for the military discount form, take it to their local pro shop and receive a discount on their favorite HHA products.

HHA Sports supports the men and women of the United States Military who sacrifice everything protecting our freedoms and country. Everyone at HHA would like to show their appreciation and thanks to those who are currently or have served in the Armed Forces.


With your purchase you will also receive your choice of a black or camo HHA hat at no charge.

HHA is offering all military branches a discount off retail price on all HHA products including Active Duty members, Reserves, and all Veterans of the:

U.S. Air Force logo
United States Marine Crops Logo
Military U.S. Army Logo
Military National Guard Logo - Always Ready. Always There.
Military Department Of The Navy Logo - United States of America
Military Coast Guard Logo
Military discount forms can be obtained from National Staff Manager Paul Hestekind, a veteran of the US Army. Paul can be reached at [email protected] for more information.

Virtus 22

Never before has a part number carried such significant meaning on an HHA product.

Every day in America, 22 veterans take their own lives. To raise awareness of this issue, 2.2% of the profits from the sales of the Virtus Rest will go to the Operation HHAUSA project, actively involving veterans in the sport of archery and hunting.

Virtus from Ancient Rome, describing those of excellence, worth, courage and valor.