We are committed to connecting with current and prior service members and civilians to discuss and share personal triumphs, life experiences and emotional hardships to give hope and strength to the Military community.

What Do You Want To Listen To?

You want advice, but you don't want to spend forever listening to episodes that aren't about what you're going through.

These categories will help you find episodes that address the topics that interest you.

Recent Episodes

Post Military Education and Becoming an Entrepreneur

Guest: James Dunnigan

James Dunnigan talks about his time in the Marine Corps and his transition out of the military to civilian life. He offers a lot of great advice to transitioning veterans.

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Ruck ‘N’ Run

Guest: George Fuller

Army Drill Sergeant, George Fuller, talks to me about Ruck ‘N’ Run, which honors those who served, as well as helps to build camaraderie through their fun, motivating, and challenging events.

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Proudly She Served

Guest: Linda Maloney & Steve Alpert

Linda and Steve have been working together on a series of portraits that honors active military and veteran women who exemplify courage, strength, and selfless service to inspire future generations of young women.

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Episode 100

Guest: Scott DeLuzio

Has it really been 100 episodes already? In this episode I take a look back at the first 100 episodes and talk about where the podcast will be heading in the future.

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Transitioning and Camaraderie

Guest: Matt O'Connor & Brad Byers

Matt and Brad join me to discuss their time in the military as fighter pilots, a stint as Senior White House Advisor to Secretary Mattis, and their transition to the civilian sector.

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Meet Your Host

Scott DeLuzio

Scott is an Army veteran who served in the Connecticut Army National Guard as an Infantryman and was deployed to Afghanistan in 2010. Like many soldiers who deploy to combat, that deployment changed Scott forever. This podcast talks about challenges soldiers face when coming back home. Reacquainting with loved ones, finding a purpose outside of the military, and the struggles that come with it all.

If we're going to get better, we have to start talking about the problems we're facing.

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