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Raley Road Trip Reception

April 27, 2019
Joining forces with evidence-based treatment and training partners across the United States, Boot Campaign helps veterans and their families struggling with traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, chronic pain, self-medication and insomnia.

Ricky Raley has more than 1,500 miles under his belt from his first hand cycle tour from New York to Pinellas Park, Florida. An ambassador for Boot Campaign, Ricky is at it again to raise money and awareness to help veterans overcome the invisible wounds of war and combat veteran suicide.

The First Annual Monster Mash

The Navy SEAL Museum invites you to welcome Ricky to Museum grounds in true Navy SEAL style with the same courage, sweat, and commitment.

Navy SEAL proctors will challenge you through evolutions of fitness hurdles on the Museum’s O-Course in the Monster Mash.

Designed to simulate the same obstacles used to test future hopeful Navy SEALS at BUD/S (Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL Training) in Coronado, California, teams of four will navigate through the Navy SEAL Museum’s O-Course.

The Monster Mash encompasses a variety of physical challenges, designed by SEALs to test you and find your greatest potential. This will include a trip through the O-Course, and will also include pushups, sit-ups, pull-ups, a short run and–authentically BUD/S–whatever else your SEAL instructor decides you need to do.

*Sorry to disappoint the ocean-inclined, but there will not be an open-water swim component. You begin as a team of four and must finish together as a team of four.

Raley Road Trip Reception

April 27, 2019
Joining forces with evidence-based treatment and training partners across the United States, Boot Campaign helps veterans and their families struggling with traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, chronic pain, self-medication and insomnia.

Ricky Raley has more than 1,500 miles under his belt from his first hand cycle tour from New York to Pinellas Park, Florida. An ambassador for Boot Campaign, Ricky is at it again to raise money and awareness to help veterans overcome the invisible wounds of war and combat veteran suicide.
 

 

The First Annual Monster Mash

The Navy SEAL Museum invites you to welcome Ricky to Museum grounds in true Navy SEAL style with the same courage, sweat, and commitment.

Navy SEAL proctors will challenge you through evolutions of fitness hurdles on the Museum’s O-Course in the Monster Mash.

Designed to simulate the same obstacles used to test future hopeful Navy SEALS at BUD/S (Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL Training) in Coronado, California, teams of four will navigate through the Navy SEAL Museum’s O-Course.

The Monster Mash encompasses a variety of physical challenges, designed by SEALs to test you and find your greatest potential. This will include a trip through the O-Course, and will also include pushups, sit-ups, pull-ups, a short run and–authentically BUD/S–whatever else your SEAL instructor decides you need to do.

*Sorry to disappoint the ocean-inclined, but there will not be an open-water swim component. You begin as a team of four and must finish together as a team of four.

Space is strictly limited. Sign up now to ensure your entry.

Teams of Four
$100/Team
$60/Team for Active or Retired Military and First Responders

Teams will be run in heats. The event begins at 9:00 AM.

Join us at the Museum on Saturday, April 27 for this patriotic day of fitness, fun, music, food trucks, and special guest speakers to be announced.

Each participating individual on a team must sign the online waiver.

At The Navy SEAL Museum