Racquetball

Racquetball instruction program is tailored to the needs of veterans and active-duty service members with visible and invisible injuries and their families. It is the first adaptive court sport adopted by service members under the name Military Racquetball Federation. These nation-wide racquetball programs are FREE and available to any/all veterans who have served in the military with (any type) of combat injuries.

Our coaches

Aaron Embry

san diego, ca (civilian)

My desire to give back comes from my personal experience with family and friends that have served our country. Like most everyone in the San Diego area, I feel deeply connected to the military. My father enlisted in the Navy post World War II and served during the Koran War, landing at Inchon aboard the USS Sutherland. I have many friends that are either retired or currently serving. I’m excited about the opportunity to help promote the benefits of Racquetball and Paddleball through the Military Adaptive Court Sports programs.

Clinics held at these locations:

  • Naval Medical Center San Diego (Balboa), San Diego, CA, 

  • Marine Corps Recruit Depot (MCRD), San Diego, CA, 

  • Naval Base San Diego (32nd Street Naval Station), San Diego, CA

  • Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, CA

  • Naval Base Coronado, Coronado, CA

Raymond Bierner

Glendale, AZ (Civilian)

AMPRO certified racquetball instructor volunteering with the Military Racquetball Federation to promote Arizona Veterans racquetball clinics for many years. My motivation is to grow the sport under the theme of conditioning, camaraderie and competition. I donate my efforts in memory of an uncle and cousin who lost their lives in the Bataan Death March and the Korean Conflict. I appreciate the talent and inspiration that our troops and our veterans bring to my continued involvement in sharing racquetball. Military Adaptive Court Sports will allow our outreach to grow.

Clinics held at these locations:

  • Family Life Center, Phoenix, AZ