Kevin Regan aboard the U.S.S. Harry S. Truman Aircraft Carrier
Mr. Regan comes from a military family. He is a strong supporter of the legal rights of our servicemen and women. The firm offers free consultations and discounted fees to active members of the armed forces.
The firm has proudly represented many individuals who are members of both the Army and Navy special forces community. Mr. Regan is also a strong supporter of the Second Amendment and citizens’ right to bear arms. He has been published nationally on this subject.
Mr. Regan is currently the Secretary for the USS Harry S. Truman Foundation, which provides assistance to that aircraft carrier. His band, St. Andrew Pipes & Drums, plays at the Special Forces Annual Banquet.
Kevin had the solemn honor of bagpiping at the funeral of a friend and fallen firefighter, Larry Leggio, who was killed in the line of duty in October 2015.
Kevin Regan at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, home of the “Night Stalkers” Unit
Leading Annual Leavenworth Veteran’s Day Parade, 2013
Special Operations Forces Ball at the Argosy Casino with Gary Sinise and Special Forces veterans, 2014
Mr. Regan was honored to be invited by the leader of Task Force Dagger to the dedication of the De Oppresso Libre Horse Soldiers Monument at Liberty Park near the World Trade Center in New York City. Mr. Regan played the bagpipes for the unit and their families and joined the local Port Authority Police Pipes and Drums in a formal ceremony the following day at the site.
The exploits of this unit’s mission are being featured in the upcoming Hollywood film “The Horse Soldiers”, based on the non-fiction bestseller by Doug Stanton.
Kevin Regan at the America’s First Response Monument in New York City with U.S. Army Special Forces
Veterans Roy W., Mark N. and Congressional Medal of Honor Winner Roger Donlon. Their green berets were earned, Kevin’s was purchased!