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Sunday, January 17, 2010

More pictures of the team

Props to blackfive.net, a friend of one of the team members who posted this.

1 comment:

  1. Hey guys,

    I don't have a lot of money to donate right now (although I did what I could), BUT I can do something else: I am a former Army Medical Service Corps Officer (Med Ops/Med Log), and a former combat medic. I have on hand MRE's, deployable medical bags, lots of field gear, etc, etc (I used to own a disaster response/medical logistics company before I sold it a short while back). I have my own "go bag", and have worked many, many different emergency responses (and just finished a UN mission in the Indian Ocean area back in Dec 09, so I "speak" UN).

    I am willing to pay my own way to join the team, if needed/wanted. Obviously, I will bring everything that I can. Alternatively, I will donate the equipment and supplies I have to the Team (and pay to ship them).

    If someone who is part of the leadership of Team Rubicon will contact me, I will do all that I can. I can best be reached via email at dustoff339c@yahoo.com.

    All the best, good luck, and I hope I can help.

    Dustoff 339C