Reverend David A. Eubank ’83 received his B.A. in Political Science from Texas A&M. He was a member of Company I-1, Ross Volunteer, and Brigade Commander. Eubank earned his letter on the Texas A&M collegiate wrestling team. Upon graduation he commissioned into the U.S. Army and served in Special Forces and as an Army Ranger. Eubank is the founder of Free Burma Rangers (FBR), a humanitarian service movement for oppressed ethnic minorities of all races and religions in the Burma, Iraq, Kurdistan, Syria, and Sudan war zones. His personal mission is to share the love of Jesus Christ and to help free people from oppression. Eubank is joined on missions with his wife Karen and three children—Sahale, Suuzanne, and Peter—who work alongside the ethnic FBR relief teams giving help, hope, and love. The Eubank family started the Global Day of Prayer for Burma and the Good Life Club family outreach program.