GORUCK + Ingress = Operation Clear Field

GORUCK has partnered with the company that makes Pokemon GO and Ingress to launch a new Ingress series called “Operation Clear Field.” Billed as a “Service-themed scavenger hunt with competitive Ingress gameplay,” the new offering from GORUCK continues their commitment to community service. Each team is given a list of objectives, which can include Ingress portals, and …

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GORUCK Glossary

AAR – After Action Report. Written by GRTs after event completion to scare, prepare and/or impress other GRTs, but mostly that last part. AAR Directory – online directory on Ruck.Beer with links to all kinds of GORUCK AARs from around the interwebs. ACRT – Advanced Cellular Repair Technology; aka Beer; see also Bud Heavy. Admin …

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GORUCK Constellation

Here’s the latest intel on GORUCK’s newest offering, Constellation. After several test Constellation has finally come out of BETA and has at least 8 cities scheduled for 2017 (update: looks like there are now 24 cities on the list). GORUCK describes Constellation like this: GORUCK Constellation is a scenario-driven event led by GORUCK’s Special Forces Cadre, …

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Why GORUCK?

By Josh Tubbs Recognition was the first indicator that I was nearing a slippery slope to a life that would have significant impacts on my family and myself, my health, spirit, energy, and confidence. I had seen it before with friends. It was a domino effect that left a path of destruction and I knew …

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2017 To-Do List

I like to-do lists. So, on this first day of 2017, here’s what is on my list. My 2017 Rucking To-Do List. 100 Push-ups Every Day – I don’t really care when or how they’re done, just get them done. Every. Day. Ruck 1,000 Miles – I signed up for the 1,000 Mile Charity Challange. …

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The 1,000 Mile Ruck

The Proclaimers famously said that they’d walk 1,000 miles just to be the man who walked 1,000 miles to fall down at your door. Me? I’m doing it for a patch. In 2017 I’ve decided to join Charity Challenges in their 1,000-mile challenge. It is simple: Ruck, run, or walk 1,000 miles in 1 year. Why? …

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