Working together to end veteran suicide through adventure and a life changing skydiving experience.
What is Operation Jump 22
Operation Jump 22 was founded in 2017 by a couple of Marines and a licensed skydiver having some lunch, talking about a current epidemic; how many veterans take their lives on a daily basis. They wanted to do everything they can to make a difference. “As a former Marine this is just something I can not have. Not on my watch!” Said Roland. These Men and women risk their lives, put it all on the line, writing a blank check to our nation payable up to the cost of their lives. For these men and women to risk that only to come back stateside and take their own lives is something as Americans we cannot let happen. Operation jump 22 was formed in order to create an exciting, impactful, life-changing event that brings awareness to this issue, and strive to put it to an end.
About the Creators:
Roland Vandenberg is a former United States Marine who has a special place in his heart for the men and women who serve our country.
Roland Vandenberg who served 15 years as a Marines in combat and humanitarian operations in Africa, Iraq, Afghanistan, Japan, Haiti, and all over Europe. During the latter portion of his career he served in Marine Corps Recruiting Command where he perfected his consulting, negotiation, sales and marketing skills. Roland has brought qualities that were developed and refined in the United States Marine Corps to his business serving clients in which may be one of the biggest purchase of their lives. His unrivaled work ethic, discipline, dedication, and total commitment to excellence has distinguished himself as a “Go to” agent who will tenaciously protect his clients’ interests. With a passion for serving, he has now shifted his focus from serving his nation, to serving his community. ” It is always an honor to help the men and women who serve turn their home ownership dreams into reality” said Roland Vandenberg
Adam Martinez is a former United States Marine with over 12 years Mortgage and Real Estate Experience. He is one of the best Realtors because of his hard work, attention to detail and putting the clients’ needs first. Adam has been featured on HGTV’s House Hunters and is an Iraqi War Veteran. He belongs to great organizations such as the Wounded Warrior Project, Veterans of Foreign War and the Marine Corps League. A portion of his commission is donated back to Veteran’s closing costs. He is passionate about providing Veterans the American Dream of Home Ownership.
D. Brandon Feco
D. Brandon Feco, owner of Delta Bravo Home Loans, has been a leader in the mortgage industry since 2001. He is a private pilot and a licensed skydiver with over 180 jumps. He loves adventure and achieves anything he puts his mind to.
He’s helped more than a thousand California families buy homes — helping people is what motivates and drives Brandon daily.
“I love to help people achieve their dreams and accomplish their goals. Almost everyone dreams of buying a home, but for some, home ownership seems out of reach. I’m here to help them find the right programs to make their dream a reality,” says Brandon.
Brandon prides himself on offering the highest level of customer service, and his experience in the mortgage and real estate industry is unparalleled. He understands the local markets, lenders, and the ins and outs of real estate investment throughout California.
Michelle has over 20 years of experience in customer service and administration. She has used her self-managing and results oriented skills in various sectors including; retail management, in home health care, and currently finance and real estate. She graduated cum laude from the University of Arizona and holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in Sociology. Michelle has been a Veteran wife for almost 15 years, experiencing several deployments and sacrifices. She is passionate about helping veterans and veteran families in their transition into civilian life. She loves being an active participant in bringing awareness and resources in the pursuit of ending veteran suicide. Michelle and her husband Roland are raising their two children in Valencia, California.