MSG (Ret.) Chris Corbin
Project Status: Building in Progress
Sergeant First Class Chris Corbin joined the military in 1995 and served with the 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment from 1999-2007 until he joined the 7th Special Forces Group (A). In 2011, when Corbin was on patrol, he stepped on an IED and suffered injuries to both legs, resulting in amputation. After only 5 months rehab, Corbin was medically cleared to Return to Duty with the 7th Special Forces Group. SFC Corbin was selected by the Department of Defense to be promoted to Master Sergeant. Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund and Jared Allen's Homes for Wounded Warriors broke ground on the home for MSG (Ret.) Corbin in October 2017. The home is nearing completion and MSG (Ret.) Corbin is looking forward to receiving his key in early spring 2018.
Our Mission
Healing, One Home at a Time

Our Rangers are among the most disciplined and skilled Warriors in the world, selflessly putting their lives on the front lines each and every day to protect our freedom.  For our most severely wounded Rangers, their injuries are are often to the degree that their lives are irrevocably changed, threatening their independence and everything they once knew as a 'normal' life. In 2014, Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund and Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors entered into a partnership when they joined forces to build state-of-the-art adaptable, mortgage-free, homes for our most severely wounded Rangers. It is our hope that these "Homes that Heal" provide our Rangers and their families with the comfort, sense of stability, and, most of all, independence they deserve for their sacrifices.