"I can hear you! The rest of the world hears you!
And the people who knocked these buildings down will hear all of us soon."
– President George W. Bush, September 14, 2001 at Ground Zero
The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, changed America and the lives of Americans forever. Our Cadre conduct 9/11 Commemorative events around the country to honor and remember those we lost: the courageous First Responders and the soldiers who fought in the Global War on Terrorism. Cadre and all willing participants will share their 9/11 story: where were you, how did it change your life? Never Forget.
Pain is the theme of all GORUCK Challenges. Our Special Forces Cadres will ensure it’s pain with purpose by pushing individuals out of their comfort zones and building each class into a team. Train hard and show up ready. It’s worth it.
Jason started GORUCK so Monster could fulfill his destiny to become President of GORUCK Nation. And yeah, Lion King eat your heart out.
Ranger Bat, endurance events, and the life of a Green Beret made Mocha the million dollar man. As in, that's how much hardware he has in him. He loves his family, long walks with the four legged kids and 8-shot mocha's!
Jerry hails from Michigan but has much love for Louisiana...so Geaux Blue! He believes in family, tradition, and good old healthy livin'. He once ran a 50K and will think twice about doing that again. He loves challenges and encourages competition, so be prepared to bring it.
Cleve believes that it's the simple things in life that are the key to happiness. Like a little pain, misery, and suffering to help bring out the best in us. Out of the Marines, and living in New Jersey. Cleve enjoys spending time with his family, rucking around, falling from the heavens, splashing around in the water, and of course drinking the nectar of the gods, BEER.
Chuy is a city slicker from Brooklyn, New York – raised by non-English speaking, deep-country islanders. He enjoys flying his personally trained hunting eagle to provide for his beautiful bride, 3 untamed children, and 2 wild dogs (Moose & Spider). He looks forward to someday retiring from the US Army to become a professional B-boy.
Ragnär believes that fitness is the fountain of youth. He's retired from the Army and lives in Rigby, Idaho. Ragnär enjoys guns, raising money for the Green Beret Foundation, working out in his home gym, kayaking, hiking and traveling the world.