Rucking & Training

From GORUCK Nation: Inspired to Serve and Create Ruck Kids

I am the most unlikely GRT in the history of GRTs. A not remotely athletic woman in her mid-forties, afflicted with vertigo and pretty accident… Read more

From GORUCK Nation: Serving During a Pandemic

This week we celebrate EMS week and as life has been different for all of us, we can only imagine how it’s changed for those… Read more

From GORUCK Nation: Rucking to Honor Them

It’s not easy being a parent. Most would agree that we learn as we go, no matter how “prepared” we think we are. But when… Read more

Travel & EDC

Adapting to a Pandemic: Old and New Lessons from Japan

The first time I ever witnessed the widespread wearing of face masks outside of a medical facility coincided with my first trip to Asia. Last… Read more

We Will Prevail: A Series of Historical Vignettes from Ft. Bragg

In times of uncertainty, fear and stress we tend to revert to our roots, base learnings and heritage. And that is where these vignettes fall.… Read more

Be Prepared for the Worst: 3 Travel Tips from a Former CIA Case Officer

Improvise, Adapt, Overcome If there’s one thing I learned during my time in the CIA, it’s to be ready for anything. You never know what… Read more

News & Updates

Applying Lessons from GORUCK Events to Real Life

I hope you are all keeping your sanity during these strange days. During these times, we are all adjusting to a new normal, however temporary… Read more

Mom Life: Building Strong Rangers

Our home is a little more lived in these days. This is not a complaint, merely a statement of fact. It seems like we are… Read more

COVID-19 Buzz Cut Challenge

To all my fellow Veterans, you know what it feels like to get buzzed, and you know what it’s like to lead from the front.… Read more