The Ruck to Remember started in Arlington National Cemetary as a mission to carry and release the burdens of losing fellow brothers.
Our Founder, Keith Jolly was attending a funeral of a fallen Marine. Upon taking a step outside of Section 60 and looking back, the mission became obvious. "We simply had to create a movement that allows patriots, veterans, and families of the fallen, to express their support, and carry the burden of war."
This idea quickly became a show of force that would create a movement within a movement." The Ruck to Remember and the 60 to 60 begin that Memorial Day Weekend. What started as a few friends, has now turned into a community that reaches across the Nation, in all creating a National Movement within a Movement.
A MOVEMENT WITHIN IN A MOVEMENT
Stories of Valor
Annual Mission Supporters
CARRYING THE MISSION FORWARD
Our Charity Partners
Our Mission Support Many Missions
The Honor Movement