Mike McGuinness is a three-time Afghanistan combat veteran. His story is a study in why leadership – meaning the presence of qualified people in leadership positions – is so important, from the lowest echelons of the military, all the way to the top. McGuinness served honorably for 16 years. He was also a squad leader in convicted war criminal Clint Lorance’s platoon, which would ultimately lead to Mike leaving the military. This is a powerful story of combat, survival – and the hard consequences of not effectively treating moral injury and poor leadership – and the resilience of a man who the war followed home. Hear it on this latest edition of HAZARD GROUND!
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