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In 2011, Team Rubicon decided to honor how early-Greyshirt and Marine Corps veteran Clay Hunt committed his life to serving others by creating the Clay Hunt Fellows Program. Since then, the Program has evolved and grown in countless ways, including to more than 150 Fellows graduated. After a decade of service, and as the Program … Read More
Mongolian authorities (in conjunction with the WHO) have put out a request for Team Rubicon to support hospital caseloads and assist with the establishment of intermediate care sites in response to spikes in COVID-19.
Glen Haven, CO residents are reaching out to Team Rubicon for assistance with debris management, downed and burned tree removal after the Cameron Peak Fire burned 208,913 acres in early 2021.
Violent storms impacted Eastern Nebraska and Northeastern Kansas overnight, and the heavy rainfall has resulted in flash flooding. Team Rubicon volunteers are stepping up to respond and mitigate further potential damage.
Team Rubicon’s new CEO, Art delaCruz, weighs in on giving Greyshirts more suck and more chances to be selfish.
Team Rubicon is actively responding to four separate disasters in 11 locations across the country and planning to deploy response teams into 13 more. Read on for a breakdown on how Team Rubicon is serving those in need.
Team Rubicon deactivated Op Gila Dam, but has been requested to support Gila county again in advance of seasonal monsoon flooding after wildfires scorched the area.
Ongoing wildfires are burning through the remote areas surrounding the Village of Lytton. Recovery Operations to include Work Order Management, Site Management, Ash Sifting, Manual Debris Removal to Curb within Village, Possible Sawyer Debris Removal of large timber debris.
A significant and deadly tornado outbreak took place in the Southern United States on March 27, primarily impacting the states of TX, LA, AR, and TN. Four deaths were reported in Nashville TN area from overnight flooding; One fatality and several injuries were reported near Shreveport, LA from tornado impact. Team Rubicon has been requested by Williamson County EMA to conduct debris removal and flooding mitigation on the Lynnwood Branch of the Harpeth River which flooded significantly during the late March Floods.
A tornado touched down in Chatsworth, Ontario destroying homes and scattering heavy debris. Beginning July the 18th, Team Rubicon Canada will deploy 20 Grey shirts into the Chatsworth area.
From the top of Kilimanjaro to small-town Kansas, Greyshirts reflect on unique 4th of July celebrations.
As he transitions from Team Rubicon’s CEO to Executive Chairman of the Board, Jake Wood reflects on 11-plus years in the TRibe and the comfort of being in the arena.
Team Rubicon selects 14 veterans for fellowships.
Team Rubicon is actively responding to five separate disasters in 15 locations across the country and planning to deploy response teams into 18 more. Read on for a breakdown on how Team Rubicon is serving those in need.
A veteran reflects on his love of service, his separation from the military just before Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, and finding a new family in the TRibe.
When floodwaters rose in Gilberton, PA, the fire marshal got his family to safety then abandoned his own home to serve the community. Greyshirts got to return the favor.
Juneteenth is not just a holiday, it's American history. Markis Nicholson, Team Rubicon's VP of People Operations, reflects on why we recognize the day.
New operations between nonprofits NetHope and Team Rubicon deliver access for migrants, refugees, and the NGOs who serve them.
Team Rubicon's Greyshirts have long responded after natural disasters. Now, they're taking on wildfire prevention.
Team Rubicon is actively responding to four separate disaster categories in 10 cities across the country, and planning to deploy response teams into 14 more. Read on for a breakdown on how Team Rubicon is serving those in need.
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