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S4 Ep. 17 – Healing

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Tom Voss is not your average Joe, not by a long shot. After serving with a scout sniper platoon in Iraq, he found that life as a civilian just wasn’t the same. After almost making an irreversible life choice, Tom decided he needed to start processing things in a healthy way. He and a fellow veteran decided to go for a walk, a long walk, 2700 miles long. Their trek was documented in the film, Almost Sunrise, and this was the beginning of his journey of healing. Tom has since written a book, focused on meditation as a path to healing, and has started a non-profit helping others seek peace and healing through meditation. Tom’s example and his efforts to promote self-care and mental health is transformative work for our veteran community in need of healing.

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S4 Ep. 16 – The Power of the Mindfulness

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Richard Goerling, founder of Mindful Badge, has been leading the charge for change within the first responder community for quite some time and his work couldn’t be more timely. After spending two decades in the Coast Guard and in law enforcement, Richard now focuses his time helping those who serve do so from a healthy, grounded position so that their influence in the communities they work is a positive and impactful one.

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S4 Ep. 15 – A Legacy of Service

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Jerry Quinn has been serving his country for 34 years as an active duty and reserve member of the Army. His son is currently serving in the Marine Corps following in Jerry’s footsteps of service. Jerry’s service is continued in his civilian role as the Chief Operating Officer of AAFMAA (American Armed Forces Mutual Aid Association) which is the country’s longest standing non-profit financial services provider to our service members and their families. In this episode Jerry shares with us his experience of transition and gives us insight into how AAFMAA stands ready to assist military families in all of their financial needs. Enjoy!

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S4 Ep. 14 – Fighting To Save Those Who Fought

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What happens when an alum from Berkley goes to Vegas? You’ll have to listen to this episode to find out but if you guessed a multi-million dollar non-profit foundation that supports veterans and their families in their time of transition and need you’d be on the right track. Kristy Kaufmann has created a one-stop-shop support machine for military service members and their families. Listen now to learn more!

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S4 Ep. 12 – Stand And Fight

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Brian “Tosh” Chontosh is a decorated Marine with tales of heroism in battle to correlate with the medals he’s earned, but he doesn’t like to talk about those experiences. Instead, he focuses on what he’s learned and how he’s grown since his days on the battlefield. Who knows, you might learn and grow if you listen to Tosh’s story.

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S4 Ep. 11 – Hope Is On The Way

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Robin stepped up years ago to help a friend in need and since that moment in 2006 she has continued to bridge the gap for military families in need. Hope For The Warriors provides comprehensive programs to service members, veterans, and their families to help them survive and thrive. Listen to learn more and Own Your Journey.

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