Humbling, grounding yourself, fighting the aggression, Isolation, Selfishness and emotional roller coaster.
This week we are talking to James DeMeo the author of What’s You Plan. We discuss the culture of preparedness and how we can encourage people to be vigilant about their soundings. In todays world you can be involved in an act of violence any place, and anytime.
Listen to Aaron “Chief” Seibert talks to Westley Delossantos, a Navy Corpsman about his time in and transition to civilian.
This week we talk to Dr. Rynele Mardis about how veterans can transition out of the military and into roles in the field of emergency management. In a piece in the Journal of Emergency Management, it stated that veterans make great emergency managers because of their commitment to teamwork, leadership, and understanding of command structure.
Identifying and getting involved with your groups and your life. “I ride but not motocross, I support and run a Pit Crew”. You served. Be proud.
This week we are talking to Desiree Matel-Anderson. Desi has created a team that implements intelligence products in the disaster zone.
Combat Vet Active Duty Gysgt USMC, Adapting to soon to be retired life, the importance of brotherhood, overall adjustments, attitudes, and promoting needed support systems in life for himself and others.
This week we are talking to Dr. David McEntire one of the thought leaders in the field of emergency management education. David not only is actively teaching emergency management, he was part of the team that laid the groundwork for what emergency management curriculum is today.
Combat Vet CWO-3 21 Years USMC, Adapting to civilian life, the importance of brotherhood, overall adjustments and needed support systems in life.