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Winning Over Maggie Rose

Over the weekend, members of TR reconvened at the Emergency Operations Center in Chester County, PA, where Operation: Valley Forge launched earlier this month. We coordinated a follow-up service project […]

Hurricane Sandy: One Year Later

Hey, remember when we picked that fight with Sandy? She was a brute. We deployed 350 TR volunteers to the eastern seaboard and led 10,000 spontaneous volunteers to pick up […]

Personal Reflection from Army Veteran Dwight Kling

My phone rang. “Hey Dad, I’m heading up a Team Rubicon project this weekend to help out a soldier whose house got trashed by vandals while he was on active […]

“Liminality” – Personal Reflection from Navy Veteran James Myers

Liminality On Saturday, in Hutto, at SSgt Vinyard’s house, two people were talking about the ambivalence of being new parents: “You just don’t understand it until you go through it.” […]

Press Release: Veteran Organizations Join Forces to Respond to Hurricane Sandy

Open publication – Free publishing – More service   Media Contact: Kristin Robinson Veteran Organizations Join Forces to Respond to Hurricane Sandy  NEW YORK CITY, November 8, 2012 – […]

Wreath Laying Ceremony and Service Project at Arlington National Cemetery

This past weekend, members of Team Rubicon Region 3 engaged in the wreath laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery, followed by a service project at the Arlington House afterwards. I […]

Press Release: Vote for Team Rubicon to Help in Chicago River Clean Up

Open publication – Free publishing – More team rubicon Media Contact: Kristin Robinson robinson (at) VOTE FOR TEAM RUBICON TO HELP IN CHICAGO RIVER CLEAN UP Team Rubicon represents […]

Training Haiti’s Finest

Without exception, our EMS students in Haiti were motivated by their experiences following the January 2010 earthquake. Some suffered personal injuries. Some lost friends or family. Many have been volunteering […]

Photo Update: George to the Rescue

TR volunteers help to remodel the home of injured Marine Corporal Watson with George to the Rescue Share

Team Rubicon volunteers take on a George to the Rescue build

Corporal Sherman Watson, a resident of Compton, California, a husband to Kira Watson, and father to two daughters (Courtney [4] and Karmen [13 months]) enlisted in the Marine Corps in […]