• Operation: Midnight Ride

    • In Response to: Tornado in Suffolk County, MA
    • Location: Revere, MA, USA
    • Active: Aug 1, 2014 - Aug 3, 2014
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Objective

Members of Team Rubicon conducted chainsaw and tree removal operations in Suffolk County, Massachusetts following the touchdown of an EF-2 tornado in the city of Revere.

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August 1, 2014 On July 28, an EF-2 tornado touched down in the city of Revere, MA, damaging several properties in its path. At the request of the Massachusetts VOAD, Region 1 is launching Operation: Midnight Ride to assist with tree and debris removal in Suffolk County over the weekend. Time to get some good work done in New England. Read More »

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September 14, 2014 After three deployments with the U.S. Marine Corps, Adam Conti found another much-needed opportunity to serve residents near his hometown in the North Shore of Massachusetts. Read More »

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Vets join Revere rebuilding effort

A national disaster relief organization led by veterans is stepping up to help Revere get back on its feet — volunteering to assist homeowners whose insurance won’t cover all the costs to clear up debris — nearly a week after a tornado tore through the city. Team Rubicon yesterday launched Operation: Midnight Ride as members… Read More »

Field Reports

Region 1 Launches Operation: Midnight Ride

On July 28, an EF-2 tornado touched down in the city of Revere, MA, damaging several properties in its path. At the request of the Massachusetts VOAD, Region 1 is launching Operation: Midnight Ride to assist with tree and debris removal in Suffolk County over the weekend. Time to get some good work done in New England. Read More »

Reflections

Serving Again in the North Shore

After three deployments with the U.S. Marine Corps, Adam Conti found another much-needed opportunity to serve residents near his hometown in the North Shore of Massachusetts. Read More »