I had the honor to assist Karl with a simple morale event for the 2/75 Rangers. Several of us tried, but none of us could match his energy or enthusiasm throughout the event. The only ones that came close were, of course, Rangers. RLTW.
As a fellow US Army Ranger and West Point graduate, I have had the fortune of knowing and working to support Karl Monger's efforts to assist our veterans' transition from military service to successful civilian careers. Having served 28 years of active duty as an enlisted Soldier, USMA Cadet and commissioned officer, myself, I know from personal experience that such a transition can prove to be quite daunting for some, especially those who have served...and suffered...tours in combat. GallantFew is an outstanding nonprofit organization well worth supporting for it's primary goal is to assist those who've offered significant personal sacrificies on behalf of all of us. RLTW! LTC, US Army (Ret)
As a former B. Co. 1/75th Ranger, and knowing full well the challenges and struggles our returning veterans face, I can attest to the fine work Karl Monger, Michael Schlitz, Tim Abell and the rest of the Gallant Few organization so unselfishly provides. To offer a healing hand to our returning veterans who have given so much and asked for so little in return brings great credit on Gallant Few, their mission statement, and our Great Nation as a whole. I urge all Americans to take the time to reflect upon what our Freedom is worth, and what it continually costs our veterans on a daily basis.
Mingo Kane, author—Scars of the Prophet.