Bo Reichenbach - 2014 Never Quit Challenge Operator


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2014 Never Quit Challenge – Clear The Way
A Personal Water Craft ride. Select Veteran charities will benefit from fundraisers at 2 locations, one in Morro Bay at the Veteran's Hall of Sept 7th 6:00pm and the second at the Stone Bistro Gardens at Liberty Station at 6:00pm on the Anniversary of 9/11. The Never Quit Challenge is an Invitational Personal Water Craft ride vetted by Special Operations Military Veteran teams onboard Kawasaki Ultra LX JET SKI®. This is a Sea and Land adventure ride.
The Never Quit Challenge is not open for participation to the general public, it is a private charity ride for military personnel only. We do appreciate your support in donating to the cause. You will discover there are many ways for your to contribute financially, and we hope you will partner with us in taking care of our Nation's Veterans and their families. Thank you for your interest in the Never Quit Challenge.
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Bo Reichenbach - 2014 Never Quit Challenge Operator

  1. 1. 2014 NEVER QUIT CHALLENGE - OPERATOR BO REICHENBACH Bo Reichenbach, a Special Operations 2 Navy SEAL, was critically injured by an improvised explosive device on July 17, 2012 while serving our country in Afghanistan. Bo was awarded the Purple Heart just two days after arriving back to the United States. Bo hails from Billings, Montana where he grew up as an avid ice hockey player. When he was 15 years old he left home to pursue his dream of being an NHL goaltender, and went to play Junior Hockey in Canada for the Thunder Bay Wolverines. Four years later, in March of 2008, he decided to serve our country and enlisted in the Navy. That same year be became the proud father of a baby boy, Landon. In May of 2010 he was promoted to Navy SEAL and entrusted with some of the most dangerous missions in the military. Bo’s unit was deployed to Afghanistan on January 3, 2012. Bo has since medically retired from the military and is building his dream home with his father focusing on a future working with disabled veterans and young children. He resides in Billings Montana with his lovely bride Lacy Joy and their son. “Tis our duty to protect this fine Flag so let’s keep on doing this duty.” Billy Waugh - Sending Bo is a Never Quit Challenge Operator that we are extremely proud of. This is his second NQC and we are honored by his presence representing Team Spartan #KIA