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About 2.14

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Our Story

The founders of Range 2.14 are three U.S. military veterans who know firsthand the struggles returning servicemen and women face when coming home from a combat zone. Click on each picture to read each personal story leading to the formation of Range 2.14 – and why they believe their organization will help save countless lives.

What We Do

“Treat people as if they were what they ought to be and you help them become what they are capable of becoming”
–Johann Wolfgang von Goethe



Our non-profit organization Range 214 is trying its best to evacuate Afghanis and US nationals who are stranded in Afghanistan along with their families. Range 214 is able to provide logistics, mechanisms and networks that are on the ground in Afghanistan to help people come out of Afghanistan, evacuating and getting them to their end destination, or resettling them in other countries. We make arrangements to ensure neighboring states allow refugees and asylum seekers from Afghanistan to enter and seek protection. Our organization assists Afghan families transitioning to the United States. Over the past few weeks, we have been working relentlessly, 24/7, to keep our clients, staff, and families alive and safe.

Our Retreat


Teaching veterans to THRIVE, instead of survive.

The opportunity to rest, reconnect and recharge in a safe sacred and rural setting. Our programs allow warriors and their families to make peace with their past, live in the present and begin planning for their future; a life full of passion, purpose and service here at home. Each program integrates a range of evidence-based therapeutic and recreational activities designed to provide our participants with peace of mind and enhanced well-being.


Here at Range 2.14, we believe that in the aftermath of war - combat veterans can accomplish remarkable feats. We serve to unlock this...

Warrior PATHH Program

Proven Curriculum to treat PTSD

Warrior PATHH is designed by combat veterans for combat veterans and is delivered by a team of veterans and civilians who have both struggled and transformed that struggle into strength. We will also be integrating our nations first responders into our program as well. Our programs have the ability to provide our officers, fire fighters and EMS the tools they can utilize in the field and at home.


This 18 month program begins with a 7 day retreat, initiating students into the Warrior PATHH - delivering the equivalent of 18 months of therapy in 7 intensive days of training.


Warrior path is the nation's first-ever program designed to cultivate and facilitate post-traumatic growth amongst combat veterans. Post-traumatic growth suggests that in times of deep despair, the opportunity to live a more authentic, fulfilling and purposeful life is more likely to exist than it would have been without the struggle.


That which doesn't kill you makes you stronger.

The NCO Club

Linking Veterans with members of the Corporate Community

The non-commissioned officer (NCO) has a rich and vital history across all branches of the United States military. The mission of an NCO is to help enlisted personnel by sharing ongoing support, knowledge and opportunities for advancement and reward throughout their careers. The NCO is the front line in leadership among the ranks of enlisted members of the military.


Here at Range 2.14, we have the utmost gratitude and respect for our corporate sponsors, who we consider an integral part of our team and our success. By linking veterans and members of the corporate community who might not otherwise have an opportunity to connect, we can create a meaningful relationship between our highest level employers and some of our nation’s hardest and most dedicated workers.


This is why we feel that the title of NCO is not only fitting, but also essential when describing the enormous support each one of our sponsors provides for our organization and its veterans.

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