Featured Life Veterans

Sometimes Battle Follows You Home – Hollywood Actor Max Martini and Army Veteran Luis Bordonada

In the podcast you’ll hear from Army Veteran Luis Bordonada and Hollywood actor Max Martini that “asking for help is NOT a show of weakness.” You’ll also get the “behind the scenes” on what makes the movie, written and directed by Max Martini, Sgt. Will Gardner a MUST-WATCH on working through issues related to combat Read More…

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The Secret to Corporate Success: How Retired Combat Veteran BG Carol Eggert Navigates Life’s Transitions

I made an assumption that truly did make an ass out of me. When Comcast reached out with an inquiry regarding interviewing retired BG Carol Eggert, I stated that I would gladly interview her for our digital print editions because her corporate experience would certainly add value to those who are transitioning, but her military Read More…

Featured Life Veterans

When Death Hits You in the Face – An Operator’s Journey to a new Mission and Purpose

Our circumstances can sometimes be overwhelming. When Andrew lost his wife, he had a choice to make. What will you do when death hits you in the face? Andrew E. Coussens spent nearly eight years deployed as a contractor for a classified US government program that is still active in numerous areas of the world Read More…

Featured Life Veterans

Finding Purpose in Telling the Story – SEAN PARNELL’S MAN OF WAR

“EIGHTY FIVE percent casualty rate. Lucky to make it back…” As I interviewed Sean Parnell, former commander of a forty-man elite infantry platoon, which became known as the Outlaws, those words struck me. All who serve our military know that the experience will be life changing. Most, if not all who deploy into combat zones, Read More…

Featured Life Veterans

Fighter Pilot “Whiz” Buckley – How to Go from Unemployed to Unstoppable

A recent study by the Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) revealed that more than 80% of the 8,500 Veterans, Active Duty, Guard, Reserve, and military-connected dependents sampled felt that their work ethic, discipline, teamwork, leadership and mental toughness were all strengthened by their military service and experience. What the study also revealed was Read More…