He is credited with making roughly 5,325 rescues during his 20 year career in the Air Force. That’s an average of approximately 5 rescues each week for 20 years straight! Mike Maroney joined the Air Force to become a PJ. He says he joined the military to earn his keep for living in a free country. And when you look at what he’s done during his military career, it’s clear he’s done more than earn his keep. He’s saved the lives of not only American servicemembers, but also those of Coalition Forces, civilians during humanitarian missions, and even the enemy – proving he’s dedicated to something much, much bigger than himself. Maroney continues to train and prepare individuals for special operations careers, even now that he’s out of uniform. He’s an incredible human, and you can hear his story on this latest episode of HAZARD GROUND!

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