/eks'fil/ verb : withdraw troops surreptitiously, especially from a dangerous position.

"Subdue the 22"

what is operation: EXFIL?

Operation: EXFIL serves our veteran community in their point of addiction crisis, and provides them an individualized blueprint of recovery for themselves and a system of support for their family. Veterans have specific needs as well as targeted resources, and our team assists them through these comprehensive ordeals.

“Today I get my 90 day chip. As I was driving back from Bonham, Texas, God asked me what I was thankful for.
I quickly thought/spoke my sobriety. He told me to dig a little deeper. I thought back to where this journey started. It went back to a dangerous motel. And one sick paranoid soldier peeking through the window curtains. Some big ole’ brute in a suburban and his sidekick Joey. In did not really want to post this. But when God leads you to do something you do it. Period.
Today I get to hold my grandson for the first time. This is because of a man that isn’t afraid to walk into a STORM. Love and respect.”
— Desert Storm Army Veteran

Travis Taylor Program Manager

Operation: EXFIL

travis taylor, usmc

SGT Travis Taylor spent 8 years in the United States Marine Corps. With one deployment overseas in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, SGT Taylor has an intimate understanding of military life and the struggles they face upon their return. 

Travis has served STORM Inc. as a volunteer, a Site Coordinator, and now as Program Manager of Operation: EXFIL. As an alumni of Rob's Ranch, SGT Taylor has an unrelenting passion for those who struggle with addiction.

If you are a veteran struggling with addiction, please reach out to us by completing the following form, or call (405)514-0701.

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