While it has always been our mission to help as many Rangers in need as possible, we recognize that this is a feat we cannot accomplish on our own. As a Ranger, spouse or family member who has benefited from our support through the years, your assistance as a facilitator on this journey will be invaluable to us and to the families who might not be aware of our resources or are hesitant to ask for help.

Thank you for wanting to pay it forward, we know your involvement will make a huge impact.

If you are interested in becoming and Ambassador or would like to learn more, please click here to fill out our form.


SFC (Ret) Cory Remsburg 
1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment


I was injured May 31st, 2010 in Afghanistan. I suffered a gunshot wound through the brachial plexus and received numerous surgeries. It was at Walter Reed that I met Jim Regan and the Lead the Way Fund (LTWF) team. Jim and his team made sure that if there was anything that they could do to help they would find a way to make it happen. Their support continued through my recovery, my rehabilitation, my transition to student at Columbia University and I have never once felt alone through the process. 

James Knuppenburg

1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment

SGT (Ret) Travis Dunn
1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment



I served with Jimmy Regan in CCO 3/75 and was Travis Dunn’s PSG when he was injured and saw first hand how LTWF helped him and his wife and continue to help his family. When I was injured in 2018 my wife and I received assistance from LTWF. They also funded and extension at EXOS, a rehab facility in Pensacola, FL, which helped improve my quality of life significantly.

1SG David White

1/75, 3/75, RSTB

1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment 
3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment
Mike Gallo 
2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment 
SSG (Ret) Jason Davis 
2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment 


Melissa & Colin Vogeler
Spouse and son of SFC Lance Vogeler (1/75)
KIA: October 1, 2010, Afghanistan  



I believe in The Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund and have personally been impacted by it in a positive way. More than once. As a 3/75 Goldstar Sister I want nothing more than to honor our Heroes by helping through this Ambassador program. 

Letitia Williams

Gold Star sister of SPC Cody Patterson (3/75), KIA: October 6, 2013, AFG