We are a team of individuals who participate in epic challenges across the world in order to raise money for charity. These tasks commemorate important moments in history where soldiers showed incredible feats of courage and overcame insurmountable amounts of adversity.


Step 1: Accept Epic Challenge

Operation Good is presented with an opportunity to accomplish an unthinkable challenge, commemorative of a redefining moment in history. It is no ordinary task, as it requires an immense amount of preparation and training.

Step 2: Train & Accomplish Task

Following our intense training regime, it is time to accomplish the task at hand. During this mission, our bodies will be taken to their breaking points, forcing our minds to take over. There is only one outcome: success.

Step 3: Raise Funds For Charity

In addition to completing the challenge at hand, each Operation Good team member is committed to raising a goal amount of money for charity. If they fail to meet their goal, they are required to self fund the difference.


100 Mile March/Run in 24 Hours
The Exact Route as the Bataan Death March
In memory of the 1942 Bataan Death March

$20,000 raised for the National Abilities Center



7 miles swim across the English Chanel onto Omaha Beach
25 mile ruck to Saint Lo France
In memory of the 1944 DDay Normandy Beach

$15,000 raised for the Navy Seal Museum



300 mile ruck in 8 days
From Sparta to Thermopylae, Greece
The exact route the 300 soldiers took to defend Greece from Persia

$5,000 raised for the Navy Seal Foundation

76 years ago today! Over 150,000 allied soldiers joined to storm those beaches in Normandy, losing over 10,000! This also marks our 2 year anniversary of our charity re-creation with our 7 mile swim into Omaha Beach and 25 mile ruck to St Lo, France. One of the greatest experience of our lives. Thank you for all of your support #neverforget #dday ...

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Today marks the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Iwo Jima, one of the fiercest battles of the brutal fight for the Pacific during World War II. More than 20 Marines and 5 Sailors were awarded the Medal of Honor for their heroic actions during the bloody 5 week battle. Let us all take a moment to remember and recognize those that fought and the nearly 7000 Marines and Sailors who gave their lives.
Photo Courtesy: Associated Press Photographer Joe Rosenthal // @sigsauerinc

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On this day 7 years ago, we lost a true American hero. Chris Kyle served 4 tours in the Iraq War, has the highest confirmed kill count in American Military history, and was unfortunately taken too early from this earth. #chriskyleday #americansniper ...

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The amazing fire power of the US military! #Americon
#american #americanflag #america #americanpride #utahnationalguard #utahpride #wethepeople #utahhunting #utahisrad #beautahful #utahphotographer #utahunique #utahtravels #utahtrucks

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It’s a winter wonderland out there today! Stay safe, stay free!

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Amazing photo of American Soldiers from the Vietnam war. ...

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The War Dog Cemetery on U.S. Naval Base Guam, located on Apra Harbor, Guam, includes a monument with a dog known as Kurt, a Doberman, who saved the lives of 250 Marines before becoming the first military dog to die on Guam during WWII. The inscription reads: “25 Marine War Dogs gave their lives liberating Guam in 1944. They served as sentries, messengers, scouts. They explored caves, detected mines and booby traps. – SEMPER FIDELIS

Kiurt, Yonnie, Koko, Bunkie, Skipper, Poncho, Tubby, Hobo Ni, Prince, Fritz, Emmy, Missy, Cappy, Duke, Max, Blitz, Arno, Silver, Brockie, Bursch, Pepper, Ludwig, Rickey, Tam (buried at sea off Asan Point). Given in their memory and on behalf of the surviving men of the 2nd and 3rd marine war dogs platoons, many of whom owe their lives to the bravery and sacrifice of these gallant animals.” #memorialday #military #militarydogs #balancedtraining #packleader #respect #k9handler #guammemorial #memorialsfordogs #dogsofinstagram #iheartdogs #workingdogs #homeofthefreebecauseofthebrave

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Is there a more amazing shot? #America ...

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Freedom is spread all throughout the world! Let freedom ring! ...

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Thank you to all of those who served! We so often take for granted everything you have fought for! Thank you! #neverforget ...

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