Ken Hernandez, shares his story of being a US Army Combat Vet, buying a monkey to eat spiders attending film school and the Baja 1000.
In this weeks episode Aaron aka “Chief” talks about Movies and Social Influence. Impressions they make both good and bad, how they can help and hurt expectations.
In this weeks episode, Aaron talks about his opinion and how experiences can affect a difference of opinion between two who experienced the same situations.
Factors that need to be considered for self-identification after 20 years in the Navy and 3 combat tours, being combat wounded and still a Chief
Justin Roberts, aka “Chappy” the producer of “No Greater Love” talks with Aaron about accompanying the Race teams of the Warrior Built Foundation for the last Baja 1000 and making a movie!
Aaron discusses what it’s like for the members of the Warrior Built Foundation to mobilize and race not 1 but in three classes of the Baja 1000
The importance of the Battle Buddy and Yes when you EAS, you still one! You can find one here;
The Warrior Built Foundation
The PTSD Foundation of America
Aaron discusses staying motivated and pushing forward living with the physical injuries he sustained in combat and the toll it takes.
Aaron Seibert talks about transitioning from combat and coming home. The internal conflicts and processing injury’s and not being combat deploy-able.
Third Deployment “Whats Up Quiter” Aaron talks about his third combat tour and becoming a casualty of combat. Listen here or on your favorite podcast player