• Operation: Haiti Relief

    • In Response to: Haiti Earthquake
    • Location: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
    • Active: Jan 13, 2010 - Jan 30, 2010
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Team Rubicon’s initial mission came 3 days after the January, 2010 earthquake that devastated Port-au-Prince. After 20 days of triage operations, TR had saved countless lives by implementing mobile triage teams involving over 60 volunteers.

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January 30, 2010 click here for PDF version      TEAM RUBICON, After Action Report EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Following its operations in Haiti, Team Rubicon finds itself poised to make a substantive difference in the disaster response field. TR began as the grassroots efforts of four individuals to help the people of Haiti by any means possible; however, it has grown… Read More »

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Operation: Haiti Relief AAR

click here for PDF version      TEAM RUBICON, After Action Report EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Following its operations in Haiti, Team Rubicon finds itself poised to make a substantive difference in the disaster response field. TR began as the grassroots efforts of four individuals to help the people of Haiti by any means possible; however, it has grown… Read More »

Update from Jeff Lang

...Hot and humid as can be but great talk by the locals about smooth travels across the borders and on the highway to Haiti. networked with a surgeon and other individuals on the plane the group is growing stronger by the minute. American lost jakes bag little snag in the plan he should be here… Read More »

Haiti aid mission details

Below is a letter from team member William McNulty describing plans for the aid mission. Money is an issue to get the medical members to PaP. Family/friends,I'm selfishly contacting you few out of pure necessity right now. I am headed to Port au Prince as part of the Haitian relief effort. Our 5-man advance team… Read More »

American Airlines Charges the team for overweight bags!!

While I am sure the agent was constrained by rules, sometimes it is more important to do the right thing than to do things right. I don't know what the total cost was but I am sure it is significant. Maybe if enough people complain, something will be done. Use this link to email a… Read More »

Let’s Roll

Those were the words yelled by the men of United Flight 93 when they crossed their Rubicon and took action against the terrorists on board their plane. I loved it then, and I love it now. Jeff Lang and Craig Parello have already taken off from Milwaukee, I'm off to the airport now, and William… Read More »

Quick Down and Dirty

I wish I had the time to explain the details of how this plan came together, or how everyone on our team is connected. Unfortunately, however, time is at a high premium at the moment and crossing the t's and dotting the i's of our packing list, link up procedures and strategy must take priority.… Read More »

Our Team

ADVANCE TEAM Jake Wood, acting Team Leader: Former Marine Scout/Sniper, four years combat arms experience, deployments to Iraq (2007) and Afghanistan (2008), extensive trauma medicine/mass casualty training, multiple combat decorations.   William McNulty, Assistant Team Leader: Former Marine Infantry and Intelligence, deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan in an intelligence contracting role, Secretary of the Marine… Read More »

URGENT HAITI RELIEF

I knew I'd come out of retirement at some point... As you should know, Haiti has been struck by a devastating earthquake. I am currently trying to hastily put together a plan to help out with some former Marine friends of mine. As of right now we feel that it is plausible to fly to… Read More »

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