The Statistic That Haunts Me Daily

By Allen West – Just before Christmas, the Black Knights of the Hudson, the Army Cadets, took on the University of Houston in Ft. Worth in the Armed Forces Bowl and crushed them. The Cadets had an incredible 11-win season which is a very impressive statistic. There is also another statistic that relates to our …

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MOF Recognized

By John Mizerak – Mighty Oaks Foundation was recognized for the work we do with military service members and law enforcement officers by Thomas Cronin from Carlson Gracie Brazilian JiuJitsu Temecula and Murrieta in California. Founder Chad Robichaux was thrilled to be recognized as he thanked Tom for the award, “It is amazing to think how many …

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Looking Forward to a GREAT 2019!

By Chad Robichaux – We had an amazing 2018 and look forward to maintaining that momentum as we step into 2019. Our goal is to see 750 more Warriors go through our projected 32 programs this year, taking our total alumni to over 3000!  Additionally, we plan on extending our reach to serve over 130,000 active …

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Sweet Amber

By John Mizerak – At Mighty Oaks Foundation, we are often moved by the stories of redemption that our Warriors experience, but sometimes the heart-warming stories we experience go to an entirely different level.  As we just came out of a season of Hallmark Christmas movies, this story is one of those that could be …

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Top 10 Blogs of 2018

By John Mizerak – Well, 2018 has been an amazing year at Mighty Oaks Foundation! We’ve shared a lot of amazing stories and we wanted to take a few minutes as our year closes out and the new year begins to re-share some of our top rated blogs.  Please take a minute to re-read these …

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Merry Christmas from Mighty Oaks

By Chad and Kathy Robichaux – Wishing you and your families a very Merry Christmas and very prosperous 2019!

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Fear Not, For I Am with You

By Jamie Warner You would think that after years of Legacy Programs, the process and outcomes would become routine. Predictable. Dare I say, boring? That might be the case for some programs out there, but if your program’s Author, Creator and Director is the One that leads us (and I’m not talking about Chad or …

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HUMAN PERFORMANCE

By Mike Sanders – HUMAN PERFORMANCE, SEEKING PURPOSE, & TRAINING THE WHOLE MAN People often ask me why I train so hard, and I always give the same simple answer. Human performance is more than training for a game or a battle. It’s training for life. I learned this the hard way, about a year …

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Jeremy Stalnecker Speaks to the Oklahoma National Guard

By John Mizerak – Last month, Mighty Oaks Executive Director, Jeremy Stalnecker, had the privilege of participating in a day long resiliency training event hosted by the Oklahoma National Guard.  This event included the leadership of both the Army and Air National Guard and covered topics of life and military resiliency and suicide awareness and prevention.  …

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Board of Advisor’s Highlight: CMSgt Ericka E. Kelly

By Michael Cameron – Mighty Oaks Foundation is honored to announce the newest addition to our Board of Advisors, CMSgt Ericka E. Kelly. As Command Chief Master Sergeant of the USAF-R Chief Kelly represents the highest enlisted executive level of leadership in Air Force Reserve Command and advises the Commander on all issues regarding the …

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