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Ranger Community Mourns SGT Cameron Meddock

It is with deep sadness and heavy hearts to share the news that SGT Cameron Meddock succumbed yesterday to injuries he sustained while in combat, valiantly and heroically fighting enemy forces in Afghanistan. SGT Meddock leaves behind his beautiful...

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2019 NYC Half Marathon Slots Available

Dear Friends and Supporters of Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund, We are pleased to announce that we have secured charity slots again this year for the 2019 United Airlines NYC Half Marathon which will take place on Sunday, March 17th. The 13.1 mile race will...

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Ranger Community Mourns SGT Leandro Jasso

Sending our deepest prayers and condolences to the family and loved ones of SGT Leandro Jasso who was killed this weekend fighting against enemy forces in Afghanistan, while serving with honor with the 2D Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment.It has been a tough...

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Jimmy’s Run & Gold Star Memorial Thank You

Just a few photos of yesterday’s spectacular day at Jimmy’s Run & Gold Star Memorial where we honored our Fallen Rangers SGT James J. Regan, SGT Dale Brehm and SPC Christopher Gathercole and paid tribute to all of our Veterans. Special thank you to The...

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Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund Gala

From the bottom of our hearts we cannot thank everyone enough who attended Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund’s Gala last night and for your patriotism and dedication to our mission.   To our SGT James J. Regan Lifetime Achievement Award recipients,...

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8th Annual Original Energy Dinner

It’s our pleasure to invite you to join us for the: Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund 8th Annual Dinner! All donations (excluding ticketing fee) are tax deductible. 100% of the proceeds go to the LEAD THE WAY. Thank you for your support! Lead The...

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Shootout for Soldiers 2018

  A HUGE THANK YOU to Shootout for Soldiers for a great 2018 season!  The events, which took place in 11 cities across the country, raised  $827,057 in support of of four National Charities, including Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund, on...

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CAP Testimonial: James Knuppenburg

I was injured May 31st, 2010 in Afghanistan. I suffered a gunshot wound through the brachial plexus and received numerous surgeries. After the majority of my surgeries, I began intensive impatient occupational therapy. It was there that I met...

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Welcome Home MSG (Ret.) Chris Corbin!

Dear Friends of Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund, I wanted to take this brief opportunity to let you know that on May 31, 2018 Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund, along with our partner Jared Allen's Homes for Wounded Warriors, had the privilege of...

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Remembering SGT James J. Regan

You are loved and so missed Jimmy Regan! The legacy you left behind continues to serve as source of inspiration and hope to so many people. Every day we strive to honor your life by helping your Ranger Brothers and their families. We will...

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Ranger Community Mourns SGT Cameron Meddock

It is with deep sadness and heavy hearts to share the news that SGT Cameron Meddock succumbed yesterday to injuries he sustained while in combat, valiantly and heroically fighting enemy forces in Afghanistan. SGT Meddock leaves behind his beautiful...

2019 NYC Half Marathon Slots Available

Dear Friends and Supporters of Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund, We are pleased to announce that we have secured charity slots again this year for the 2019 United Airlines NYC Half Marathon which will take place on Sunday, March 17th. The 13.1 mile race will...

Ranger Community Mourns SGT Leandro Jasso

Sending our deepest prayers and condolences to the family and loved ones of SGT Leandro Jasso who was killed this weekend fighting against enemy forces in Afghanistan, while serving with honor with the 2D Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment.It has been a tough...
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