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Ep. 315 – Jamie Efaw (U.S. Army / The Commit Foundation)

Jamie Efaw graduated from West Point with a BS in Psychology in 1993. He retired from the Army in 2019 and transitioned from the Army using the resources of the COMMIT Foundation. Jamie’s military assignments include numerous jobs with Army Engineers, serving as a professor at West Point, and various jobs within Psychological Operations. Jamie was selected for command at the company, battalion and brigade levels and served at nearly… Go to Episode

Ep. 314 – Aubrey McDade (U.S. Marines / VP of Programs, Tomlinson Center)

Aubrey McDade served in the United States Marine Corps for over 18 years on active duty, until he was medically retired. For his actions in Fallujah, Iraq in 2004, Aubrey was awarded the Navy Cross; becoming the 2nd African American to receive the award since Doris Miller of World War II and the first African American to receive the Navy Cross post 9/11. Aubrey currently serves as the Vice President… Go to Episode

Ep. 313 – Brady Myers (U.S. Marines / Director of Recruiting, Corehire)

Brady Myers joined the U.S. Marines at 18 and served as an Infantry Mortarman. After leaving the military, Brady worked as a private security contractor and pursued a career in law enforcement. After leaving law enforcement, due to the political climate, Brady found his passion in the recruiting space. He is the Director of Recruiting for Corehire, a veteran owned business that places veterans and former first responders with business… Go to Episode

Ep. 312 – Patrick Donahoe (U.S. Army / Major General, Retired)

Major General Patrick Donahoe, US Army Retired, culminated more than 33 and a half years in uniform as the Commanding General of the US Army Maneuver Center of Excellence and Fort Benning. He entered the retired rolls on January 1, 2023. General Donahoe served as a career Armor and Cavalry Officer and served in Iraq, Afghanistan, Bosnia, Kuwait, Jordan, Germany and Korea as well as throughout the United States. His… Go to Episode

Ep. 311 – Jacob Edwards (U.S. Marines / Founder, Threat Response)

Jacob Edwards started his professional career in 2003 as a Combat Engineer/Sapper in the United States Marine Corps. Jacob served in Operation Iraqi Freedom and was honorably discharged as a Sergeant from the Marine Corps Reserves in 2009. In 2010, he was hired as a civilian Combat Skills Instructor to help support requirements for military troops deploying to hostile/austere environments. In 2012, he transitioned to an advisor based training command… Go to Episode