When you look back on Jason Redman’s career as a Navy SEAL, two words stand out: warrior and leader. We’ve said it before – those words get thrown around rather loosely. But in Jason’s case, they are terms he continues to embody, even after his career in the Navy was finished. In this episode, he talks about what it means to be a leader, and what it takes to continue to grow as one, constantly learning and refining knowledge, lessons, and experience. He also goes in-depth on what happened to him on the night of September 13, 2007, when the assault force he was leading came under heavy fire while hunting down an Al Qaeda HVI. Redman was injured badly, taking multiple rounds to his body and gear, and one devastating round to his face. Hear how he helped bring his men home alive that night; and how a hand-written sign he had hung on his door at Bethesda Naval Medical Center became the rallying cry for his recovery, and an inspiration to many others! Hear all of it on this latest edition of HAZARD GROUND!

www.jasonredman.com | “The Trident” | “Overcome”

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