Vietnam veteran and Jamestown resident Daryl Neumiller was recently provided a hunting trip courtesy of Injured Military Wildlife Project of North Dakota (IMWP).

IMWP provides all-expenses-paid deer hunts to veterans injured in the line of duty. Miller was injured while serving in the United States Army during Vietnam in 1971, undergoing months of surgery and physical therapy at Army hospitals in Da Nang, Guam and Colorado before returning to Jamestown.

Neumiller harvested a mule deer buck during last week's hunt in the North Dakota Badlands. To learn more about IMWP, visit www.imwpnd.com.

The Jamestown Sun highlighted Neumiller in a feature story printed on April 13 of this year.

Jamestown's Daryl Neumiller is pictured with the deer he harvested during a recent hunting trip provided by Injured Military Wildlife Project of North Dakota. Submitted photo
Jamestown's Daryl Neumiller is pictured with the deer he harvested during a recent hunting trip provided by Injured Military Wildlife Project of North Dakota. Submitted photo