A Greyshirt and veteran of the War in Afghanistan reflects on how helping resettle refugees in Colorado is leading to his own recovery.
As refugees begin arriving in the U.S., veterans of the war in Afghanistan are ready to return some lifesaving favors.
A veteran reflects on his love of service, his separation from the military just before Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, and finding a new family in the TRibe.
Air Force veteran Brianne Richter is addicted to serving with Team Rubicon and is currently not seeking a remedy.
As veterans, we take on inherent responsibilities – responsibilities we may not have asked for and yet there they are. Veterans are often held to a higher standard. We’re often admired by the public, expected to carry ourselves differently, maintain our military bearing even when we’ve taken off the uniform, and we aren’t necessarily supposed … Read More
I began volunteering for Team Rubicon after a Google search for international jobs. I filled out the application, spoke to a leader in Region 3, and a week later, I was hooked. I didn’t know the first thing about veterans of this generation, but my father, uncle, and great uncle served in the U.S. Navy, … Read More