In honor of Marine veteran Clay Hunt - who lost his battle with PTSD and depression, Team Rubicon, Team RWB and The Mission Continues will partner to participate in the 3rd annual Run as One on April 12th. The event will not only serve as the celebration of a continued partnership, but will be a symbol of leadership, action, and collaboration across the veterans’ support landscape. We are asking that all Team RWB, Team Rubicon and The Mission Continues chapters, platoons, regions and communities plan to participate in this effort.
Why We Do What We Do
Our organizations understand the challenges associated with returning home from war. Combat affects every veteran. While some wounds are visible, many are not. Guilt, survivor’s remorse, post-traumatic stress, and anxiety are all too common among those who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan. We acknowledge and accept these challenges.
We Are Doing Something About It
Our teams are a collection of Doers. We have built programs that allow veterans to proactively combat their challenges with a heavy dose of purpose, camaraderie, and accomplishment. Veterans are an incredibly strong population and when connected to their community will do amazing things. The solution is within all of us.
If you are a veteran, prepare to sign up soon! Registration will be available shortly. Make a commitment to each other, your community, and yourself.
For more information on a run near you please contact your RWB local chapter or community. To find your local chapter or community please, click here.
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Learn more about this event here: Run as One
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