Please join TMF and F3 Hartsville in a donation ruck of a mock re-supply mission to a pick-up location supporting Carolina Kids.
We honor the legacy of three fallen heroes:
US Army Sergeant John JD David Meador, II, a graduate of Lexington High School where he wrestled and coached wrestling at Lexington, White Knoll, and Irmo high schools. JD enlisted in 1994 and served with the US Army; he then served with the Army National Guard 132nd and 133rd MP Company, where he was stationed on his first overseas deployment to Afghanistan. He was a true carpenter, loved hunting, the outdoors, cooking, grilling, and baking, which earned him the name "Bobby Crocker". Sergeant Meador made the ultimate sacrifice for our country June 20, 2012, in Khost province, Afghanistan.
US Army 1st LT Ryan Davis Rawl, a Lexington graduate, wrestler, and football player, was chosen as a Boys State representative for South Carolina where he then entered The Citadel as part of F-Troop Company and received the Mark Clark Award for outstanding service on the Honor Court. 1st LT Rawl served with honors in the Richland County Sheriff's Department and then joined the South Carolina National Guard. 1st LT Rawl's many decorations and honors include the Bronze Star, the Purple Heart, the Combat Action Badge, the SC Medal of Valor, and the SC Meritorious Service Medal. 1st LT Rawl made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country June 20, 2012, in Khost province, Afghanistan.
US Army Sergeant 1st Class Matthew Bradford "Brad" Thomas, a graduate of Travelers Rest High School and attended Greenville Technical College. SFC Thomas was a member of the 133rd MP Company "Palmetto Regulators". A beloved father, husband, and son, SFA Thomas made the ultimate sacrifice for our country June 20, 2012, in Khost province, Afghanistan.
You must be registered by April 1st to receive a T-shirt. GORUCK participants must also be registered by April 1st to be guaranteed the TMF/GORUCK patch on the day of the event.Register Today