When service members leave the military and become veterans, one of the things they often miss most is the camaraderie that they had with the people they served with.
These episodes of Drive On Podcast cover camaraderie for veterans and where you can find the same like-minded people that you served with.
A few quick ideas to find similar camaraderie as they had while serving in the military include:
- Veteran organizations, such as VFW, American Legion, DAV, or others.
- Volunteer at a local VA hospital.
- Find groups of veterans who participate in an activity you enjoy doing.
- Check out the episodes below for more inspiration!
Guest: KP Phillips
KP Phillips is an Army veteran and veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He started The Morning Formation podcast out of his passion to help fellow veterans, military spouses, and future military generations with career transition and preparedness.
Guest: Wesley Black
On November 7, 2021, Wes Black lost his battle with cancer due to his exposure to toxic burn pits. This is a re-airing of the conversation Wes and I had back in Episodes 13 & 14.
Guest: Cliff Van Rickley
In this episode, Cliff Van Rickley, a Special Ops veteran talks about a personal story of PTSD, how he helped friends who were struggling and more.
Guest: Mark Mhley
Mark Mhley is a retired Naval Officer and Aviator. Mark founded Re4ormed, which provides a place for veteran entrepreneurs to connect with other veterans they can trust.
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.
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.
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.