Don’t Forget Who Inspired You

| Posted By: Michael Linn
Don’t Forget Who Inspired You

Veterans Day has passed and we’ve taken the time to remember and thank those who have served, those who’ve served by our side and those who’ve served before us. As I reflected on the men and women I have served with, I began thinking about the people who inspired me to continue serving through Team Rubicon. Those made us want to work harder, to strive... Read More »

Trust Your Wingman

| Posted By: Jake Taylor-Hill
Trust Your Wingman

Let’s paint a picture. I’ll supply the imagery in words; you, the imagination. Weather: a moderate 75 degrees, sunny skies, spotted with small clouds providing sporadic relief from the rays, a 20 percent chance of precipitation that never develops but brings out the wildlife, and warm, calm, crystal clear, glassy water. Now take all of that and store it away as what was envisioned by... Read More »

I’m a Veteran and Civilians are My Friends

| Posted By: Pam Gieselman
I’m a Veteran and Civilians are My Friends

As veterans, we take on inherent responsibilities – responsibilities we may not have asked for and yet there they are. Veterans are often held to a higher standard. We’re often admired by the public, expected to carry ourselves differently, maintain our military bearing even when we’ve taken off the uniform, and we aren’t necessarily supposed to talk about our problems or things that make society... Read More »

Q&A with Region 5 Administrator Bob Pries

| Posted By: Mike Lee
Q&A with Region 5 Administrator Bob Pries

Region 5 Communications Manager Pam Gieselman hit up Army veteran Bob Pries of Farmington Hills, IL, who was recently named Team Rubicon’s Region 5 Administrator. P: What’s your background with TR? B: I was a volunteer and Operations Section Chief in Washington, IL for Operation: Honest Abe. Earlier this year, I was brought in as the Michigan Field Operations Coordinator and recently became the Regional... Read More »