Founded on Memorial Day 2020 at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Resolute Warriors is aimed at strengthening resiliency in U.S. service members by building training communities. Whether it’s rucking, climbing, mountain biking, or any other physical effort, our concept is simple: rigorous activity and meaningful experiences strengthen resolve, bring teammates together, and prepare them to energetically face the next objective.
Our founder, Justin Ducote, is an active duty Army officer passionate about serving our country. Having served for 17 years, Justin has deployed to the Middle East four times since 2005 and continues to do so to this day. He finds purpose in military service and is driven to actively contribute to improving the lives of service members. But he has realized that, over time, deployment fatigue and general military demands can take a toll on just about anyone.
Justin often goes for long treks - mainly hiking, rucking, and mountain biking - as a way to improve physically, but also as a way to remain mentally and spiritually strong. He’s learned that the sense of accomplishment at the end of long hard training, and the bonds formed with others in doing so, bring physical, mental, and spiritual fitness. While on a trail ride one afternoon, he realized that bringing service members together, with similar interests and experiences, can have a positive and lasting impact.
Resolute Warriors was born on the trails of Fort Bragg, but our vision is to provide a community fostering growth, encouragement, and support for all U.S. Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines.