Dan Luna is using his experience as a Navy SEAL to do something revolutionary, that for a species that has enacted violence on itself in times of war, for centuries, probably shouldn’t be. That “something” is preparing American servicemembers for the shock that war is on the human brain. He’s helping servicemembers get ahead of Post Traumatic Stress by working to minimize its effects from the front end, rather than saving all of the treatment for after servicemembers come home from war. And Luna has plenty of experience to draw from. He is a 20-plus year veteran of the SEAL Teams, spending some of that time with Naval Special Warfare Development Group. He’s also an expert in Leadership, credentialed through both operational and institutional education experience. In this episode, Dan talks about the highs and lows of surviving combat and operating at the highest level. He also covers his experience as an instructor at the U.S. Naval Academy, where he’s worked to prepare the next generation of servicemembers and leaders for the violence they will see in war. Get into the psychology of combat and survival in this latest episode of HAZARD GROUND!

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