Team Red, White & Blue enriches the lives of wounded veterans and their families. Our community is comprised of a diverse group of people—wounded veterans, advocates, athletes and supporters.
Team RWB Creates Active Community Connections For Veterans
Be advised: Blayne Smith will not pity veterans. Not when they strain under the weight of a barbell as it starts to feel like Bucs defensive tackle Gerald McCoy is draped on their backs. Not when their lungs start to catch fire on the last 400-meter sprint of the day. And not when the so-called yoga pose he puts them in leaves them feeling like the hapless stand-in for a Cirque du Soleil contortionist.
Americans Encouraged to Greenlight Opportunity for Transitioning Veterans
With 250,000 members of our military transitioning back to civilian life each year, veterans are returning to schools, workplaces and neighborhoods across the country to take on important roles as neighbors, co-workers, coaches, teachers, leaders and engaged and active citizens. But their transition doesn't end with the return home. That's when it begins.
Veterans And Civilians Find A Way To Connect Through Running
Team Red, White & Blue puts civilians and veterans together in running groups. The idea is to help vets feel a sense of belonging and to get vets and civilians to socialize through exercise.
Old Glory Relay Pressroom
The 2nd Annual Old Glory Relay press kit, related media coverage and other collateral will be posted here during the duration of this event.
Starbucks Military Family Store Dedications in New York, Texas and Delaware
During the month of August, Starbucks dedicated three Military Family Stores in Watertown, New York, San Antonio, Texas and Dover, Delaware. These stores are run primarily by veterans and military spouse. Each store works with a nonprofit partner in the community to provide services for veterans and their families. Starbucks now has eight Military Family Stores and plans to dedicate four additional stores by the end of September.