Archive for the ‘PTSD’ Category:

Team Rubicon in Time: How Service Can Save Us

Veterans Are Pitching In Back Home and Helping Themselves Too Time By: Joe Klein - June 20, 2013 There was absolutely no way Ian Smith was suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder. […]

Remembering Neil


Remembering Clay


TR on 60 Minutes: The Life and Death of Clay Hunt


VIDEO – TR Veterans Day 2011 w/ Habitat for Humanity

On Veterans Day 11-11-11, Team Rubicon volunteers partnered with the local Habitat for Humanity chapter to help renovate and landscape a fellow veteran’s home in Valencia, CA as part of […]

TR in TIME Magazine: The New Greatest Generation

The Next Greatest Generation By Joe Klein, TIME Magazine Thursday, August 18, 2011 In a way, I’ve been working on this week’s cover story–which sadly resides behind the Time paywall–for […]

An All Volunteer Force: From Military to Civilian Service

Open publication – Free publishing – More team rubicon Civic Enterprises report here. Share

TR meets with General Clifford Stanley, Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness

TR discussed Wounded Warrior initiatives to help returning servicemen transition into society through domestic disaster relief projects Share

Clay led the fight against “unchecked incompetence” at the VA

Clay Hunt, an original member of our seminal mission to Haiti, lost his battle with PTSD and post-war depression on March 30th when he took his own life. Clay and […]

Support Clay Hunt’s Battle Buddies as They Ride in His Honor

Brothers Tim and Paul Fortney proudly served their country as U.S. Marine Infantrymen in Iraq and Afghanistan. Over the Memorial Day Week, Paul and Tim will be participating in their […]