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Greyshirts hit the ground in Griffin, GA, and Selma, AL, in response to January’s devastating early-season twisters.
From sawing and route clearance to cleaning out flooded homes, Team Rubicon’s Greyshirts are deploying across California to help communities and homeowners hit by devastating storms.
Here are five of the top skills and traits you’ll need if you’re applying to serve overseas on disaster response and humanitarian operations with Team Rubicon.
Team Rubicon opens its first 2023 application period for those seeking to volunteer abroad.
He wanted to become an international volunteer, but could he make the cut? A hopeful applicant lifts the curtain on an elite international training and selection course, and reveals whether or not he cracked under pressure.
A Charlotte County homeowner reflects on consecutive disasters, the shocking scope of devastation left by Hurricane Ian, and unexpected small blessings.
A Greyshirt reflects on a cultural principle and service above self after a medical mission in 2022.
Veteran-led nonprofit deploys more than two dozen volunteers to tarp roofs and remove debris in hard-hit Jefferson Parish.
Greyshirts are bringing medical services and support to recently occupied regions.
Understanding modern humanitarian emergencies, from the staggering rise in refugeeism to the chronic health conditions faced by those living in conflict.
From the ancient art of controlled burning to thinning forests and ad campaigns, fire suppression tactics are doing an about face—and coming of age.
A Greyshirt and Air Force veteran reflects on his first deployment, and on responding to Hurricane Ian with Team Rubicon.
From applying fire retardant to removing fuels, these strategies can help any homeowner protect their property from wildfire.
Hurricane Fiona was just the most recent disaster to contaminate wells and cisterns across the island. Now, a water filter distribution program is hoping to help bring access to clean water to thousands.
On Veterans Day, a Navy veteran and Greyshirt reflects on the meaning of service.
For Veterans Day, a look at some places veterans have been applying their experiences in the military to disaster relief and humanitarian aid this year.
For disaster survivors who are veterans, help that comes from a fellow veteran can be easier to accept. For the volunteers, it can be extra special to give.
While doing disaster relief in Texas, a Greyshirt saw team takes on a tarping job and ends up saving a life.
From thrift-store finds to apps to top-of-the-line satellite phones, these devices can help make it easier to face any disaster.
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