In 2012 Race For The Wounded would start to help bring awareness to the fight that our combat veterans go through on a daily basis. The founder of Race For The Wounded (Brett Robinson) had the idea in Afghanistan in 2011 and Race For The Wounded was up and running in November 2012 with its first race being the Baja 1000. Brett wanted to ensure that the funds raised would be used to help his brothers and sisters live the dream of racing, this is why Race For The Wounded is 100% volunteer with the motto "CHANGING LIVES ONE RACE AT A TIME"

Race for the Wounded Photo Album

 Brett Robinson joined the Army in 1985 and retired as a 1SG from Bravo Company 2/325th 82nd Airborne after 20 years of service. During that time he held every position in the Airborne Infantry from, from Rifleman to 1SG. He has been stationed in Germany, Ft. Lewis, Korea, Ft. Banning, Italy, and Ft. Bragg. His combat deployments are as follows, Bosnia two deployments, Kosovo five deployments, Iraq two deployments. After retiring for the Army in 2006 he conducted 15 deployments to Afghanistan as high threat Diplomatic security.

Awards: Bronze Star 2nd Award, Meritorious Service Medal 2nd Award, Army Commendation Medal 7th Award, Army Achievement Medal 5th Award, USA/USF President Unit Citation for Valor, Army Good Conduct Medal 6th Award, National Defense Service Medal, Korea Defense Service Medal, Kosovo Campaign Medal 3rd Award, Humanitarian Service Medal, Non Commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon 3rd Award, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon 3rd Award, Nato Medal, Drill Sergeant Identification Badge, Ranger Tab, Combat Infantry Badge, Expert Infantry Badge, Sr Parachutist Badge, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal.