Dr. Julia D. Dye is an author and the VP and CFO of Warriors, Inc., “the entertainment industry’s premiere military advising company.”  She also runs Warriors Publishing Group with her husband, retired Marine, and star of such iconic war films as “Platoon” and “Saving Private Ryan”….And former Hazard Ground guest, Dale Dye. Julia also holds a Ph.D. in Theatrical Hoplology – a field which combines anthropology, sociology, economics, and the study of military history and combatives with performance. For this episode, Dr. Dye sits down with us to talk about the importance of accurately portraying warfighters’ stories in film and television. She also discusses her new book, “Through My Daughter’s Eyes,” which takes a close look at life growing up in a military family, with all of its ups and downs, and what it means to sacrifice in the name of service to one’s country. This episode is all about telling the warfighter’s story, the right way, and it comes straight from one of the leading experts in the business!

www.warriorsinc.com | www.warriorspublishing.com | “Through My Daughter’s Eyes” | “Code Word: Geronimo” | “Backbone: History, Traditions, and Leadership Lessons of Marine Corps NCOs”

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