The Texas A&M University campus was quiet in late July, with most students off until the Fall semester begins. However, in one corner of campus, a small group of unique students participated in “bootcamp”. For the last seven years, Texas A&M has sponsored the “Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veteran’s with Disabilities”, a program for disabled American veterans. The program consists of online work culminating in nine days on campus, in which they spend time crafting, refining, and testing their business plans. I had the opportunity to serve as a mentor, helping these unique entrepreneurs build their business plans.