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  • USMC Infantry, Echo in Ramadi, Battling in Iraq

    USMC Infantry, Echo in Ramadi, Battling in Iraq

     Retired Marine Major, now Best Selling Author of Echo in Ramadi Scott Huesing, shares his viewpoints on how the Marine Corps takes kids, just out of high school and makes them Marines. He commanded Echo Company in Ramadi, Iraq in the early days of GWOT - The Global War on Terror. When Scott Huesing had a change of duty station, he was compelled...
  • USMC Infantry Commander leads Company In Some of The Bloodiest Battles in Ramadi Iraq

    USMC Infantry Commander leads Company In Some of The Bloodiest Battles in Ramadi Iraq

      Retired USMC Major, Scott Huesing, lead a Marine Infantry unit in Ramadi, Iraq in 2008. This is his first hand account of the men he lead, the fighting they witnessed and the bravery they all displayed. Scott describes how finding weapons in people's homes was not so black and white. The enemy would threaten local citizens in order to hide their weapons...
  • Apache Pilot Commander Splits Force/Pilots to Accomplish Mission

    Apache Pilot Commander Splits Force/Pilots to Accomplish Mission

    A deployment to Iraq led a Squadron to be split up over multiple locations. This Apache Pilot (Commander) and 1SG were able to successfully do this by how they worked together. Kat and Keith both share how seeing results in daily missions is not always easy. You have to look at the bigger picture. “The David Johnson Show” is a national voice that...
  • What a new 1SG and Commander Did to Take Charge Before Deployment

    What a new 1SG and Commander Did to Take Charge Before Deployment

    The story of a command team who never met before. Kat was an Apache Pilot and Troop Commander and Keith was the Troop First Sergeant (1SG). With mutual respect for each other, they were able to lead a team of 65 Soldiers to Syria. With little to no resources, Kat’s understanding of working with 65 different personalities, and Keith’s vision of rewarding hard...
  • How to Network and How I Networked My Way To The Top of the Sports Industry

    How to Network and How I Networked My Way To The Top of the Sports Industry

    Trust is everything! "Mistrust is the fastest way to end a contract" says Alan "AP" Powell. From military to Sports and Entertainment Executive, AP talks about the importance of networking. He started out with conversations and giving advice to his friends which led him down his career path. Within the first few years in the Sports and Entertainment industry, AP learned about giving...
  • Best Advice On Leadership Skills and Military Leadership

    Best Advice On Leadership Skills and Military Leadership

    Retired Naval Officer gives his best advice on leadership skills, Military Leadership and leadership qualities at different stages in Military Career. Hal Pittman, former enlisted and retired Rear Admiral, talks about his journey of lifelong learning through his 30 year Navy Career and successful transition to the civilian sector. Hal served all of the world, including Afghanistan, and responded to real world events...
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