Educating the children of our fallen heroes since 1980

Project Atlas Rucks #2

December 27, 2018
Telescope, CA to Seattle, WA Get Directions

For the second year in a row, a group of Texas A&M students will ruck across country to raise funds and awareness for the families of fallen heroes. Last year they rucked the 1050 miles from Houston, TX to Death Valley, CA. This year they are continuing that journey by rucking from Death Valley, CA to Seattle, WA. 

Support them and follow along on their journey at their Facebook page and donation page linked below

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