• Operation Fox Yeah

    • In Response to: Flooding
    • Location: McHenry, IL, United States
    • Active: Jul 23, 2017 - Aug 10, 2017
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Objective

A slow moving series of storms passed through Southeastern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois causing substantial flooding. Volunteers provided flood relief in McHenry County, Illinois and Kenosha County, Wisconsin by conducting debris removal, muck out services, light demolition, chainsaw operations, and spontaneous volunteer management for the affected community.

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August 21, 2017 Army veteran Brandon Stoddard reflects on the satisfaction of tackling dirty jobs for free. Read More »

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You Couldn’t Pay Me Enough

Army veteran Brandon Stoddard reflects on the satisfaction of tackling dirty jobs for free. Read More »

Receiving Flood Assistance from My Fellow Greyshirts

Air Force veteran and Team Rubicon volunteer Steven Landt was humbled when fellow Greyshirts showed up to help him and his family recover from devastating flood damage. Read More »

Miss Marianne Shows Team Rubicon Some Midwest Hospitality

Volunteers with Team Rubicon were humbled to serve Marianne Wormley of McHenry, IL, in the wake of unprecedented flooding. Read More »

Back in the Saddle After 33 Years

Coast Guard veteran Jeff Snethen reacquaints himself with service through Team Rubicon by providing flood relief in Illinois. Read More »

I Gained More Than I Lost in the Illinois Floods

Kim Keefe was inspired and motivated after receiving assistance from her fellow Greyshirts when widespread flooding affected multiple counties in Illinois and Wisconsin. Read More »