DEFINE YOUR MISSION
Americans and Afghan Nationals have supported
decades of U.S. Government efforts -
they're now in grave danger and fighting for their lives.
Those left behind don't need a voice...
THEY NEED A MEGAPHONE
ABOUT RANGE 2.14
Healing heroes one family at a time...
Our American tax-exempt 501(c)3, Range 2.14, is working diligently to legally evacuate high-risk Afghani and U.S. Nationals stranded in Afghanistan.
There’s been a significant increase in calls to the veteran suicide hotline since the Taliban took control of Kabul in mid-August. According to the Veterans Affairs, texts to the hotline jumped 98% between August 14th and August 29th, while chat messages and calls rose by 40% and 7% when compared with the same time frame last year.
Range 2.14 is committed to improving the physical, emotional, spiritual, and economic well-being of our nation’s military, veterans, first responders and their family members. Our programs ensure the opportunity to live lives of passion, purpose and service at home and overseas.
Based out of Lexington, South Carolina, Range 2.14 was founded by 3 combat veterans on a mission to give veterans an opportunity to assist in the evacuation efforts in Afghanistan...
Escape from Afghanistan
Over the last 20 years, the U.S. Military worked closely with Afghan forces, as well as U.S. Contractors, to support the ongoing efforts and interests of the United States in Afghanistan. Upon the untimely and rapid departure of the U.S. Military from Afghanistan in mid August, U.S. Citizens, and supporting personnel within the Afghan forces, were left behind.
Hamid Karzai airport has been the center of an international mission to evacuate those who worked with or on behalf of American interests. A fragile agreement struck between the U.S. and new Taliban leadership, allowing Western allies to manage the airport perimeter and operate flights.
Amid rising instability, international forces have evacuated well over 100,000 of their nation's citizens and at-risk Afghanis - but panic is growing amongst those who fear being left behind. Range 2.14 can help.
Afghans who served American forces, and their families, are at risk.
Americans left behind after untimely departure of U.S. troops
American allies facing a future of uncertainty and danger
We're not here to talk about evacuating, we're here to do something about it.
Range 2.14 works closely with other Non-government Organizations (NGOs) to maintain safety and success every step of the way. Our organization provides logistics, strategic mechanisms, and networks on the ground to accomplish our overall mission.
Furthermore, Range 2.14 also collaborates with destination countries to ensure each of our families have an opportunity to gain employment after they settle into their host nation.