The Warrior Ride?
Bob Racine
US Marine and US Army veteran,
John A McCloskey
228 River Drive
Southport NC 28461

Wilmington SCORE, Chairman, 2013-2015
Responsible for the consulting activities of 30+ professionals who support small business development in Southeastern NC. SCORE, which is part of the SBA, works with new and existing business including non-profits.
Schaeffler Aerospace, President & CEO, 1993 - 2011
Responsible for the world-wide business activities of the largest producer of aerospace/jet-engine structures and flight critical components. Factory operations were located in the US, Canada, UK, Germany and China. Additional products included missile guidance and medical systems. Schaeftler employed 66,000 people with sales of approximately $10 Billion.
GKN Automotive, Executive Vice President of North American Operations
Responsible for all US production for the world's largest producer of automotive drive-train systems. Major North Carolina production facilities were located in Lee and Alamance Counties.
B.S.I.E., S1. Louis University
M.B.A. Western New England College
Harvard Executive Development
London Business School
1M1 Geneva

Married 46 years, 3 children and 9 grandchildren.

David Hansen
My name is David Hansen. I am 63 and born in Nevada, Missouri then moved to
Hastings Nebraska until I graduated from high school: After graduating from J-{/S I joined the l1S.:A:f from 1968 - 1974. I was stationed in Charteston. SC with the C-5 test team squad: I also traver to Spain; (jreenfand & 'Panama & Germanu. Our aircraft fIew supplies missions from Charleston. to

:for the yast thirty two years I have been in the hospitality [ieid. I am currentlu
operating the Holiday Inn 'Express in :Moncks Corner sc. This is where I met 13013 &
'Debra. This is also when I got involved with "The Warrior 'Ride"
:My first organized ride was 2008. With hefp of my hotei' staff we yfan a three day
ride in the Historic Charleston, :Moncks Corner & Summerville areas. I have enjoyed
meeting all. our wounded troops and hefping them with their rehabilitation. and
giving them a cha{{enging three days!
.:As a hobby I enjoy bui{d1ng otd' classic vehicies. I currentlu own a 48 :f-1, 66
:Mustang . .:And at our fast ride I brought my 1927 Buqatti for the troop to have fun
with! :My next yroject is a 1940 Tudor Deiuxe that I and going to design with the
Warrior 'Ride fogo on the doors and decals of all. the braches of or .:Arm :forces on the
quarter paneist
Enciosinq, after near{y 60 years of rife I have found my ca{fing by being a smarr
yart of the '''Warrior 'Ride"

The Warrior Ride® is not affiliated in any way with any other organization. The Warrior Ride® is a non-profit 501(c)3 civilian organization, is not a government agency and all events are paid for through donations and grants. Without the generosity of the donors, The Warrior Ride events would not be possible.
There is no cost to the injured service member to participate in "The Warrior Ride” events.
Federal Tax ID #30-064-5259
CFC# 15910