Army vet Jonathan Chiang (left) serving on a Team Rubicon mission in Pateros, Washington, August 2015.
3 Veterans Share The Reasons Behind Their Continued Service
These veterans, who volunteer with Team Rubicon, share what motivates them to serve their communities after separating from the military.
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It’s Time For America’s Veterans To Take A New Oath
Whether you have two weeks or two hours, you can make a difference as a veteran serving your community.
U.S. Army Spc. Timothy Houston, a UH-60L Blackhawk crew chief assigned to the 282nd Aviation Battalion, Fort Bragg, N.C., scans the flood ravaged streets of New Orleans, Louisiana, on Sept. 11, 2005.
4 Lessons The Military Learned In The Wake Of Hurricane Katrina
After Hurricane Katrina, the military learned several valuable lessons about disaster response. Here are four of them.
Don Engle, a member of Team Rubicon's medical personnel currently providing relief in Nepal, searches for medical supplies in Kathmandu before heading to the outlying villages of Kalinchowk and Dhumthang.
How Team Rubicon’s Veterans Are Providing Disaster Relief In Nepal
Here's how Team Rubicon is tackling the earthquake-disaster response in Nepal.
Participants in the Team Red, White and Blue-Tucson’s Boston Marathon Attack Response Run celebrate during the last leg of the three-mile run in Tucson, Ariz., Apri 17, 2013. Members of the Desert Lightning Team were among the 50 participants who took part in the event. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Timothy Moore/Released)
How New Veterans Groups Are Bridging The Civilian-Military Divide Across America
As this generation of veterans comes home from more than a decade of war, new organizations are stepping up to give them a chance to reconnect with the rest of society.
Applying The Mental Toughness You Learned In The Military To The Business World
Read this excerpt from Jake Wood's new book, “Take Command: Lessons in Leadership: How to be a First Responder in Business.”