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: Sara Boyd
Sara Boyd is the president of Operation Truth – Gulf War Suffering Unite, which is a non-profit that helps bring awareness to the illnesses that many Gulf War-era veterans were exposed to.
Guest: Lila Holley
Lila Holley is a combat Veteran and retired US Army Warrant Officer. She is a multiple award-winning, Amazon bestselling author who partners with other courageous military women and women Veterans to share their stories of success in the military despite facing challenges along their journey.
Guest: Mike Pereira
Mike Pereira is the founder of the non-profit Battlefields to Ballfields, which helps veterans integrate back into society by providing veterans with skills to officiate sporting events from the high school level all the way through to college and pro levels.
Guest: Brad Thomas
Brad Thomas served over 20 years in the Army as a Ranger during the Battle of Mogadishu and later went on to the Delta Force. Brad has since left the Army and is pursuing his passion for music while helping veterans at the same time.
Guest: Gerardo Cazares
Gerardo Cazares is an Army combat veteran who is now a full time artist in San Antonio, TX. After a few setbacks in his transition, he discovered painting, and talks about his message of finding a new mission.
Guest: Brandi Benson
Brandi Benson is an Army veteran, who served in Iraq before being diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. She’s written a book about this experience, and she shares how she overcame the physical and mental enemy inside of her.
Guest: Sarah Albrecht
In this episode, Sarah Albrecht talks about her nonprofit, Hold My Guns, which hopes to help gun owners store their firearms safely in a time of need.