119: Marine Veteran Justin Sloan was in the Marine Corps for 5 years and after a successful transition into the civilian sector decided to walk away from his JOB to pursue his passion of becoming a writer. He is now a video game writer (with credits on Game of Thrones; Minecraft: Story Mode), novelist (Allie Strom and the Ring of Solomon; Falls of Redemption), and screenwriter (Adapting Sterling & Stone’s Crash; Santa Exposed). - Military Veterans in Creative Careers - Take your writing [Read More]
118: Daniel served on active duty Army from 1999 to 2005; mostly at Walter Reed Army Medical Center as a mental health specialist. During that time, his primary duties were to perform psychological tests with soldiers who returned from deployments with heavy injuries and traumatic brain injury. While on active duty, Daniel completed a BA program from the University of Maryland University College. After ETS'ing, Daniel took a job as an auditor at the Defense Contract Audit Agency, better known as [Read More]
117: Army National Guard veteran Cole Smith is the founder of Tresit Group, a company that specializes in proactive solutions to help schools manage emergencies in real-time. He has spent his career protecting others as a member of the U.S. military and Department of State. Now, he is making his footprint in the world by giving teachers and law enforcement the right tools to keep safe those that matter most. http://traffic.libsyn.com/veteranonthemove/Veteran_On_The_Move_EP_117_Cole_Smith.mp3 [Read More]
116: Troy Stark is an army veteran who served during the 1980's. Following that he flew for a cargo airline supporting the troops during Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Currently, he is a Captain with JetBlue Airways. On the side he enjoys coming up with new ideas and patents. His current patent will completely revolutionize the latex party balloon industry. He is here to introduce the first ever self-sealing balloon named glooeys. [Read More]
115: Bill Brown was commissioned in the Marine Corps after graduating from the US Naval Academy in 1993. He spent 7 years in the Marine Corps as a platoon commander and intelligence officer before entering the civilian world in 2000. Since that time he has worked primarily as a program and product manager in the software development discipline. - The Lessons Learned Database helps capture and manage knowledge from important projects, events, operations or training. - Lessons Learned [Read More]
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Hi I'm Joe Crane a 24 year Military Veteran and the founder and host of the Veteran on the Move podcast. I'm here to help you transition successfully from the military to entrepreneurship. I look forward to supporting your journey by providing you valuable resources and inspiration. Click here to read more...