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Family Matters

Michael Clancy, 19, is one of 15,000 members of TR Nation. Recently, he returned from a trip to the South with more love from his extended TR family than he could carry.

Christa López Recalls Her First Date with TR

I was studying for a second Master’s degree in emergency and disaster management when a classmate mentioned Team Rubicon. I’ve been a first responder since 2002 and deployed on several […]

Q & A with USMC Veteran Joe Quinto

Region 6 Communications Manager Erica Chomsky took some time outside the National Leadership Conference to catch up with Joe Quinto, longtime R6 volunteer, Houston, TX District Coordinator, proud father, and […]

Keep on Serving

We just received this uplifting message from Marine veteran Robert Cain in Region 6: Today, I graduated with my Bachelor’s in Nursing. The road to earning this degree was a […]

Operation Update

Responding to Midwest tornadoes, Alaska storm, Texas flooding and Typhoon Haiyan

Update on Operation: City Limits

More than 6,000 volunteer hours logged providing flood relief in Austin

We’re Launching Operation: Seabird

We’re going up against one of the largest storms ever recorded – Super Typhoon Haiyan, which hit the Philippines Friday with massive force. Tomorrow, a team of 15 specially qualified […]

Update on Super Typhoon Haiyan and Austin-area Flooding

Monitoring situation in the Philippines, launching Operation: City Limits

Grandma’s Fry Bread – James Sarabia Reflects on Operation: Rising Mesa

There’s something about our elder Americans that can grasp a young man’s soul quicker than the glint of gold, the allure of money, and more lasting than any blockbuster film. […]

Update on Operation: Rising Mesa

Teams on the ground in Navajo chapters