About Quick Reaction Force 22

For many people, when you think about American Military Veterans an image of well trained, strong, resilient, battle hardened men and women fill your mind – The protectors who signed up, swore to give their time, energy and lives to protecting American Civilians and America’s rights.

Our objective, is to similarly do for our American Veterans what they have done for us, swear to do everything in our power to provide them with the resources, abilities and support to return to civilian life and excel in every challenge they may undertake.

Quick Reaction Force 22 was started in early 2016 with the specific focus of wanting to do everything we can to help reduce the loss of our brothers and sisters. The American Veteran suicide epidemic that is plaguing our country is not only going unaided but also, by in large, unknown. Our goal is to not only bring awareness to the 22 Veteran suicides that occur daily but to do everything we can, daily, to reduce that number.

In order to achieve this goal, our programs are not only designed to be unique, cutting edge and effective but to focus directly on the issues that Veterans face – because we have faced them ourselves.

From financial assistance with medication to reintroduction services including resume building, financial planning and professional skill building opportunities to physical well-being exercises to group ran outings to equine therapy to virtual meet ups all designed to encourage and reinforce the betterment of our veterans – Quick Reaction Force is focused on doing everything possible to be there for our American Veterans.


David Hall : Co-Founder - Director Non-Profit Administration

David Hall

Co-Founder - Director Non-Profit Administration

David’s main tasks are to oversee the corporate aspects of the non-profit, organizational development as well as agreements among vendors and sponsors. David also focuses on the structural development and technology implementation in order to further applicant, partner and community experience.

Eddie Martel : Co-Founder - Director Stratigic Development

Eddie Martel

Co-Founder - Director Stratigic Development

Eddie’s focus is to identify potential growth opportunities for Quick Reaction Force 22 to increase the focus and reach of partner relations, social engagement, improve charitable impact. Eddie is sometimes best known for directly interacting with those interested in the charity,  applicants who request immediate consulting or assistance with connecting with a vendor or utilizing QRF22’s partners.

Heather Sobel : Co-Founder - Director Veteran Engagement

Heather Sobel

Co-Founder - Director Veteran Engagement

Heather’s objectives are to proactively plan, produce and implement engaging, educational content for Quick Reaction Force 22’s advocacy and awareness. Heather also develops plans for direct applicant communication to enhance the community reach of QRF22.


Bryan Kizer : Volunteer

Bryan Kizer


Courtney Hinty : Volunteer

Courtney Hinty


Gitjana Miguire : Volunteer

Gitjana Miguire


Krista : Volunteer



Melissa Riley : Volunteer

Melissa Riley


Sara Ford : Volunteer

Sara Ford