Great few days at USSOCOM Warrior Care conference in Orlando. It was terrific to see some of our wounded Rangers in action with their adaptive sports.
Adaptive sports are such an empowering force in helping our Rangers through their recovery and rehabilitation.
On Friday, October 4, Chase Stock, an avid supporter of Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund and friend of Jimmy Regan, took to the Alleghany Mountain Range to run the Grindstone 100 (102 MILE trail race). In what the race director called a race of ‘grit, endurance and a temporary loss of sanity,’ Chase finished the race in an unbelievable 23 hours and 58 minutes and finished 24 out of 300. Chase raised almost $20,000 for LTWF and has done everything he can to help us raise funds for our Rangers and their families.