Dear Supporters, On behalf of T6B’s board of directors I would like to congratulate and thank you all on another highly productive year. Like each year before it, 2017 saw an expansion of T6B community service operations, an increase in volunteer manpower, and a strengthening of strategic partnerships. Moreover, further steps have been taken to...Read more
About: Rich Moore
Rich is a Marine Corps veteran (1999-2003) and current Army officer who grew up in Ohio. He has served in both Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. He is a licensed clinical psychologist who earned his doctoral degree from Loyola University Maryland in 2013. In 2010, Rich and a few fellow veterans founded The 6th Branch and began implementing the idea that the military skill set could be applied to community service. He was T6B's executive director from 2010-2012 and currently serves as co-chairman of the board. He serves on the board of directors of the Veteran Artist Program and is a proud Tillman Military Scholar.
Recent Posts by Rich Moore
I remember how hard it was in T6B’s early years trying to communicate our mission to others. Veterans doing community service? Not quite. Veterans leading community service? Kind of. Veterans and civilians cleaning up trash and planting trees? Yes, but there’s so much more. Creating playgrounds in East Baltimore? Yeah, but what about the farm,...Read more
Many of us here in Afghanistan are wondering if what we’ve done here over the past eleven years will have a lasting impact. We worry about what will happen after we leave. There’s plenty of Monday morning quarterbacking. As T6B approaches its five year mark, I find myself pondering our efforts in a similar fashion....Read more
This is going to be a tough read. It’s perhaps the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do. Last week, The 6th Branch learned through a third party that Board Member and Operation Oliver liaison Earl Johnson has been dishonest about the extent and nature of his military record. He has since admitted to us that...Read more
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