Hi Everyone! In this episode, we discuss the life of a military spouse after being a civilian for a little bit. Megan is married to a Navy recruiter and currently works as a Transition Specialist for the USO. We talk about transition challenges that she went through and how she helps veterans and military spouses alike during the transition and PCS. Stay tuned for more episodes. References: https://www.uso.org/programs/uso-pathfinder https://www.veterantransitionhub.com Audio Only Links https://veterantransitionhub.podbean.com https://open.spotify.com/show/0O42KRTLyN9eZrjajqqCFi?si=iPTnxWSlRD2NfhJoZxoY6w
Jennifer Halley is a fire fighter spouse and owner of a charity called 3 For The Love that supports first responder mental health. We talk about first responder spouses and the challenges that come with living that life with someone who deals with traumatic situations regularly. We also talk about her charity and how it is set up to support first responders in need and the process. Please enjoy. Resources: www.veterantransitionhub.com www.3forthelove.com https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline www.patriotpaws.org/contact/
After 24 years in the Coast guard, Scott is a newly retired officer that has been planning is transition out of the military. We go over his process, lessons learned, his mindset, and the experience had so far. The Veteran Transition Hub has conversations with military, veterans, and non-military people that help share their experiences or information to veterans or upcoming veterans with their endeavor of getting out of the military. Scott also explains his history with mentor programs design to help veterans find careers after the military. Links for the websites are below. www.veterantransitionhub.com www.acp-usa.org #veterantransitionhub #gettingoutofthemilitary #ets #jobsafterthemilitary #jocko #acp-usa #coastguard #officerretirement
Bryan is a former helicopter flight crew and mechanic with over 7 years of service and 2 years overseas. Bryan discusses his experiences of where he is now and how he got there. Visit our pages listed below for more content!
After serving in the military for 6 years, Randy went to college and had to complete an internship, which led him to the Alaska wilderness. Bryan and Randy discuss his story about his transition out of the military and how he dealt with civilian life.
Bryan and Randy are US Army Veterans and have since been out for over 10 years. Our podcast is meant for veterans in the transition phase to the civilian life. Through having round table discussions, interview sessions with industry experts, and just looking back at previous adventures, we are hoping to help veterans in that transition phase.
Randy Rebman is currently a college professor. His service spanned 6 years as a Bradley Armored Vehicle Driver and Blackhawk Mechanic/Flight Crew