Warrior Games Profile - Jeff Haugh

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(Editor's Note: From September 28 to October 4, more than 40 athletes representing the Air Force will be in Colorado Springs competing in the 2014 Warrior Games. This is a profile of one of those athletes, providing a behind-the-scenes look at who they are and the sport they represent. Note: Some profile information in the graphics may be outdated due to recent birthdays or events. The most current player information is below.)


Name: Capt. Jeff Haugh (Ret.)

Team: Warrior Games
Sports: Track and Field, Cycling
DOB: 13 Sep 1975
Birthplace: Tacoma, WA
Hometown: Tacoma, WA
Current Residence: Annapolis, MD
Injury: Traumatic Brain Injury, Spinal Trauma/Nerve Damage, Multiple Sclerosis

Personal Profile:

Retired Capt Jeff Haugh served as a Special Agent in Iraq covertly collecting terrorist intelligence in 2003/2004. He and his team traveled hundreds of miles putting themselves at significant risk from improvised explosive device (IED) and small-arms fire ambushes which plagued the many routes he traveled. During a mission, Jeff was wounded from a car accident, medically evacuated, and eventually retired for combat related injuries. Jeff’s wife, Angela, has battled life’s challenges herself as a Stage III Lymphoma Cancer Survivor. “Simply put, Angela is my hero”. Jeff is President of SilverStar Consulting Inc. providing management and technology services to government clients. The Haughs stay happily busy with their young family and assist Team Racing for Veterans (R4V), a 501©3 not for profit that provides adaptive sports grants to wounded veterans.

Personal/Professional Achievements:

Joint Service Commendation Medal (Valor) Air Force Achievement Medal
Combat Action Ribbon
Honor Graduate US Army Airborne School B.S., US Air Force Academy

M.A., Georgetown University, Currently Pursuing M.B.A.