Competition is a part of everything we do in the Marine Raider Community. Raiders are highly motivated and naturally competitive. We love tackling new challenges and thrive in environments where you see results from the hard work, dedication, and countless hours we put into preparing for any mission.

The Marine Raider Challenge is unique and, as far as we know, is the only competition open to former Special Operators. This type of highly competitive environment is something many operators miss about their time in the teams.

Our next event will be the Marine Raider Challenge will be held in San Clemente, CA on February 16, 2019.  To learn more visit our registration page.


Camaraderie built amongst members of the SOF tribes is essential to high performance and unit cohesion. The vast majority of former operators you talk to will tell you that the people they were able to work with were one of the best parts of being an operator.

In conjunction with the Marine Raider Challenge we will host a post challenge party where current and former operators of all tribes can reunite and enjoy the camaraderie built amongst the brotherhood. Besides, students looking for cheap essays online on competition, motivation or dedication will find loads of useful information as well.


The most important thing isn’t always what you do but why you chose to do it. We chose to create the Marine Raider Challenge to facilitate competition, camaraderie, and give back to the communities that we were so fortunate to have been a part of.

The Marine Raider Challenge is a 501c3 non-profit organization.  Each year money we raise will go to a SOF charity of our choice. This year, we are honored to name the Marine Raider Foundation as the recipient of funds raised by our organization.

Each competitor will be able to raise money for a SOF charity of their choosing. 100% of the money raised by competitors will go to the charity they have selected.

To donate or see the campaigns from this year’s competitors please visit our Facebook page.

Also – please feel free to contact us with any questions at [email protected]