Here is a rundown on all details for May 2021: Honor
“I had a dream about Honor. Heavy stuff. Just processing the last moments of dying men, feeling the weight of what they’ve paid, what was given … Honor is something intimate. It’s the way we carry the cost, it’s in their eyes and in turn our eyes.” — Roger Sparks
Roger sent me that with the artwork for this Memorial Day month of HONOR. It caught me off guard how much it hit home as I sat at my desk with tears in my eyes, powerless but to stare back into an abyss of emotion.
When I shared it with Rich, he teared up — caught off guard as I was — and looked down, then right into my eyes and said softly, “when you’re holding someone in your arms and they’re dying and you know they’re dying and they know they’re dying, it’s a look, a feeling you never forget.”
We exist in our lives and in our company to honor and remember such moments, and to celebrate people of all walks of life who lead lives of HONOR.
“MURPH” HERO WOD
15 consecutive days with 2+ miles rucking/day.
If you miss a day, make it up with a 10 mile ruck.
Reach out to and connect with one person you admire greatly, and tell them why.
Ashley’s War shares the remarkable stories of one of the first teams of women serving in the U.S. Army Special Operations Command. This team forged the path for American women who serve in harm’s way all over the world and continue to make the ultimate sacrifice.
“My Honor Is My Loyalty”
President, GORUCK Nation