From the battlefield to the classroom and boardroom
Ranger For Life is purpose-built to transform individuals and teams into "more elite" thinkers and stewards of individual and team development. Developed by 20-year Special Operations veteran Tony Mayne, Ranger For Life’s value is the recognition and integration of spiritual development into growth of individuals and communities. We do not run from the truth.
Combining Tony's 10+ years of Army Ranger experiences and expertise in human resources, leadership, and personal development, Tony provides solutions for any organization's needs. Allow Ranger For Life to share decades of wholistic interpersonal and leadership experience with your team.
Join us on Friday, Sep. 30, 2022, at the home of the Rangers - Columbus/Fort Benning, Ga. - for a leadership luncheon celebrating Army Rangers with Atlanta Braves Hall of Famer Dale Murphy. This luncheon event will feature a stellar presentation on culture from the two-time National League Most Valuable Player and a fantastic lunch at the St. Luke Church Ministry Center. Proceeds benefit the Ranger Outreach Center.
Understanding the complexities of a journey from service member to civilian, Mayne resolved to help the Rangers population through a “Ranger For Life” concept he began developing while serving in the 75th Ranger Regiment’s public affairs staff in 2014.
I am a pretty basic man. I love the Lord. I love my family and friends. And, as a native of the Great State of Ohio - I love college football. For four-plus decades, my New Year has begun in late November on the Sunday after The Game between the Buckeyes and The Team Up North. That Sunday sunrise begins 364 consecutive days of prayers of thanksgiving or pleas for redemption.
But, my favorite college football memory does not come from the Scarlet and Grey. In fact, my favorite gridiron moment is not from a game-winning drive or an iconic Brent Musburger call.
US Army Ranger veteran Nick Devlin joined the Army at 29 years old during the height of the Global War on Terror. Nick deployed four times with 1st Ranger Battalion. Before joining the Army, Nick was aware of his passion to make things better. After four years with the Rangers, Nick’s entrepreneurial spirit was lit by aligning his love of the fitness and outdoors with self-improvement...
- Matthew 7: 24