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Speakers Series featuring Mike Sarraille, Mike Barker, and Glenn Cowan

Join the NYYRC for a social with veterans, entrepreneurs, & stars of the Triple 7 documentary, Mike Sarraille, Mike Barker, and Glenn Cowan!

Join the NYYRC Veterans and Arts Caucuses for an exclusive social with retired Navy Seal, entrepreneur, and bestselling author Mike Sarraille! We are thrilled to welcome Mike to New York City for the red-carpet premiere of his film Triple 7. Enjoy an evening of drinks and mingling with a fellow patriot.

When: Friday, May 10

Time: 7:00 PM

Price: Free for Members and Non-Members. Not a member? Join here!

A donation option is available to benefit Folds of Honor.

Location: Midtown Manhattan. Address will be announced to ticket holders within 24 hours of the event.

Mike Sarraille is an established keynote speaker who works with small businesses and Fortune 500 companies on the principles of leadership, teamwork, entrepreneurship, and living a life of balance and purpose. He’s the founder and CEO of Talent War Group, a successful management consulting and executive search firm, and ATTA, a lifestyle and apparel brand focused on community and born out of his Everyday Warrior concept. Whether speaking at a conference, leading his team, or helping others achieve success, Mike taps into the lessons and skills he developed in the military.

During his 20-year career, he served as a Recon Marine, Scout-Sniper, and retired a U.S. Navy SEAL Officer. Much of his career was in the Special Operations community, including the elite Joint Special Operations Command. Along with careers in the military and business, Mike co-authored the best-selling book, The Talent War: How Special Operations and Great Organizations Win on Talent, and enjoys a partnership with Men’s Journal as columnist and host of The Everyday Warrior series and podcast.

Legacy Expeditions serves to honor our fallen service members by reminding Americans of the sacrifices our predecessors made and inspire them to act in accordance with the values upon which our nation was founded.

In 2023, nine special operations soldiers, mostly Tier One operators, completed a world record setting expedition called the Triple 7 – 7 continents, 7 days, 7 skydives. The international skydiving community said it couldn’t be done. Many tried and all failed. But a testament to the American fighting man and woman, don’t ever tell us something can be done. We jumped in honor of a fallen servicemember on each continent and the Kabul 13.

A documentary, Triple 7: They Said It Couldn’t be Done, directed and produced by the famed filmmaker Dan Myrick, best known for ‘The Blair Witch Project’ was picked up for theatrical release. They will be holding a red-carpet premiere in NYC at the LOOK Dine-In Cinema on W 57th on Saturday May 11th at 7:30pm. It is a patriotic adventure documentary that melds the daring exploits of Bear Grylls and the global challenge of The Amazing Race with the deep camaraderie and heartfelt stories reminiscent of Band of Brothers.