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FEATURED RANGER: SFC (Ret.) Scot Noss

“Scot always pushed himself physically
and mentally to the limits.
He knew Rangers were the elite
soldiers of the military and
he wouldn't have it any other way. “

- RyAnne Noss, wife and caretaker of SFC (Ret.) Scot Noss

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“I not only wanted to challenge myself
physically and mentally, but I wanted to
prove to myself that I belonged among the
most elite soldiers in the world.”

- SGT (Ret.) Joshua Hargis

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FEATURED RANGER: SGT (Ret.) Joshua Hargis

“I wanted to be surrounded by the best when things got difficult.”

- SFC (Ret.) Cory Remsburg

FEATURED RANGER: SFC (Ret.) Cory Remsburg

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Jimmy’s Run Down Hero Highway & Gold Star Memorial

When: Sunday, November 13, 2016 - 9:45a
Where: New York City, Pier 45

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Honoring General Raymond A. Thomas III, 11th Commander United States Special Operations Command & United States Special Operations Command Care Coalition

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Featured Ranger: SGT (Ret.) Tom Block

“When I was afforded the opportunity to try out for the
75th Ranger Regiment by my Drill Sergeant during Basic Training,
I seized the opportunity. I wanted to become a part of something
special and purposeful. “

SGT (Ret.) Tom Block

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CFC is the wold’s largest and most successful annual workplace charity campaign, with almost 200 CFC campaigns throughout the country and overseas raising millions of dollars each year. Pledges made by Federal civilian, postal and military donors during the campaign season (September 1st to December 15th) support eligible non-profit organizations that provide health and human service benefits throughout the world.

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War Is Hell.
Peace Can Be Hell Too.

Our Mission

Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund, Inc., a 501c3 non-profit, is an active duty, casualty assistance, recovery, transition and Veterans organization that provides financial support, beyond what the Government and Veterans Affairs can offer, to U.S. Army Rangers and the families of those who have died, have been disabled or who are currently serving in harm's way around the world.
It’s up to us to lead them back. Support Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund to help ease these costly burdens and vital living expenses.
Our son Jimmy Regan would be the first to give, and he was.
In honor of Sgt. James J. Regan
(Killed In Action, Iraq / February 9, 2007)
James P. Regan
Chairman & CEO
Mary Regan
Board Member

Through our Ranger Assistance Programs we address and support
the ongoing needs of the men and families beyond what the government can offer.
We work directly with the U.S. Special Operations Care Coalition to assist U.S. Army Rangers.

MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Here are many ways to support Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund.

Help Us Help Them
Donations to Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund help us fund out assistance programs which provide essential support directly to disabled U.S. Army Rangers, their families and the spouses and children of deceased and active duty Rangers.
Take Action
Take an active role in Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund through volunteering, fundraising, participating in a LTWF and/or independent events.
Become a Sponsor
Join the ranks of the socially responsible Corporate Partners who share our vision and with their generosity and tireless efforts allow us to continue to provide the necessary support.

Freedom Is Not Free

Donate In Honor Of A Ranger

Our Fallen Heroes
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