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Operation: Rising Eagle is in motion in Arkansas with Team Rubicon. One man shares his story of survival and stands where his kitchen used to be, explaining how he dropped to the ground as his house crumpled around him. #OpRisingEagle

Operation: Rising Eagle is in motion in Arkansas with Team Rubicon. One man shares his story of survival and stands where his kitchen used to be, explaining how he dropped to the ground as his house crumpled around him. #OpRisingEagle

Team Rubicon new addition, former Marine Scout Sniper and Purple Heart recipient, Clay Hunt. Two days ago Hunt awoke at 3 AM, checked Rubicon's blog, and three hours later hopped a plane to Santo Domingo and made his way into Haiti.

Team Rubicon new addition, former Marine Scout Sniper and Purple Heart recipient, Clay Hunt. Two days ago Hunt awoke at 3 AM, checked Rubicon's blog, and three hours later hopped a plane to Santo Domingo and made his way into Haiti.

How Team Rubicon is Changing The Way Our Country Perceives Veterans

Disasters Are Our Business. Veterans Are Our Passion.

How Team Rubicon is Changing The Way Our Country Perceives Veterans

Volunteer days with The 6th Branch are reinvigorating the Oliver community and creating safe spaces to play

Volunteer days with The 6th Branch are reinvigorating the Oliver community and creating safe spaces to play

15 Best Companies To Work For That Are Actually Making A Difference In The World | Team Rubicon

15 Best Companies To Work For That Are Actually Making A Difference In The World

15 Best Companies To Work For That Are Actually Making A Difference In The World | Team Rubicon

Team Rubicon's co-founder Jake Wood is a CNN Hero.

In the worst calamities, these veterans rush to the rescue - CNN.com

Team Rubicon's co-founder Jake Wood is a CNN Hero.

On the streets of Port-au-Prince, in the immediate aftermath of the Haiti earthquake, TR’s military veterans realized a simple truth – natural disasters present many of the same problems that confront troops in Iraq and Afghanistan: unstable populations, limited resources, horrific sights, sounds and smells.  The skills cultivated on those same battlefields – emergency medicine, risk assessment and mitigation, teamwork and decisive leadership – are invaluable in disaster zones.

On the streets of Port-au-Prince, in the immediate aftermath of the Haiti earthquake, TR’s military veterans realized a simple truth – natural disasters present many of the same problems that confront troops in Iraq and Afghanistan: unstable populations, limited resources, horrific sights, sounds and smells. The skills cultivated on those same battlefields – emergency medicine, risk assessment and mitigation, teamwork and decisive leadership – are invaluable in disaster zones.

Over four thousand raised for @GatherBmore, a new truck and a Goat dinner at @Bmoreclementine

Over four thousand raised for @GatherBmore, a new truck and a Goat dinner at @Bmoreclementine

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