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Author: Dan Eddinger

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The Garrison Project Podcast is about Veterans connecting with Veterans across generations through the power of storytelling. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-garrison-project-podcast/support
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Dan kicks off the show straight away and gets to an interview from the furthest interviewee in TGPP history. Great conversation about navigating some career choices and gaining experience in a number of different worlds then refocusing on some long-term goals.Thanks as always to Bill Nowicki for voiceover and Mark Cauvel for music.Reach out to Dan if you're interested in being on the show or have any thoughts or input - dan@thegarrisonproject.com.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-garrison-project-podcast/support
Dan kicks off a new "season" of the The Garrison Project Podcast doing away with some of the extra stuff mentioned a while ago and focusing on the stories. Michael Schultz joins the show to discuss his almost 23 years in the Navy, Submarining, the challenges of making the jump to civilian life and his plans going forward.Thanks as always to Bill Nowicki for voiceover and Mark Cauvel for music and check out thegarrisonproject.com and all major podcast platforms for more shows. Reach out to Dan for more information - dan@thegarrisonproject.com.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-garrison-project-podcast/support
Dan touches base on The Garrison Project - The Rucksack and The Veterans Community Center - then jumps to this episode's interview, John Kilgo. John is a Navy Veteran, former Surface Warfare Officer, Reservist and is continuing to serve as a civilian government employee for the Department of Defense. John shares some stories from his time in the Surface Navy as well as his time before and after service then Dan and John discuss John's current project - a business consulting firm assisting businesses effectively build and execute long-term strategy leveraging the concepts of military planning.Check us out at www.thegarrisonproject.com and reach out to Dan at dan@thegarrisonproject.com.Thanks as always to Bill Nowicki and Mark Cauvel respectively for voiceover and music.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-garrison-project-podcast/support
Dan reminds the audience of The Garrison Project's current efforts then jumps into this episode's interview with Ryan Haugen. Ryan served as a Submarine Mess Specialist (Cook), he is a trauma survivor and is now leading a project called The Silent Warrior Project (www.silentwarriorproject.org). Ryan shares some stories from his time in the submarine force and working through some difficult experiences both during and after his time in the Navy. Ryan then shares what he and his team are working toward with Silent Warrior Project. Ryan provides his contact info toward the end of his episodes.Connect with The Garrison Project (www.thegarrisonproject.com) and reach out to Dan with your thoughts and feedback (dan@thegarrisonproject.com).Thanks as always to Bill Nowicki for Voiceover and Mark Cauvel for music.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-garrison-project-podcast/support
Dan touches base on TGP's progress - The Rucksack, Veterans Community Center and Deep, Deep Leadership then gets into a great interview with a Submarine colleague from 20 years ago - Pat Hartley.Pat shares his story of joining the Navy, his vision and plan, his varied career in the Submarine force serving on six boats, his transition out and great career since ending up in his current job which is very, very cool.Check out The Garrison Project (www.@thegarrisonproject.com) and reach out to Dan at dan@thegarrisonproject.com to learn more about how we're connecting Vets through storytelling. Thanks as always to Bill Nowicki for voiceover and Mark Cauvel for music.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-garrison-project-podcast/support
Dan continues discussing the two new links on The Garrison Project - The Rucksack (resources for Vets) and The Veterans Community Center (our beta social network) and also introduces the new spinoff - Deep, Deep Leadership. Dan then gets into this episode's interview with Carin Sendra who spent time in The Air Force's Security Services, specifically the Elite Guard and is now serving as Director of Veteran Services at Cloud Co-Op's Vets2Cloud. Carin shares some great experience and insight into her transition from military to civilian life including some contracting work, her beliefs about service and how her efforts at Vets2Cloud can help other Vets making the jump. Vets2Cloud is now in The Rucksack if anyone would like to learn more.Check us out at www.thegarrisonproject.com, especially The Rucksack and The Veterans Community Center and stay tuned for Deep, Deep Leadership.Thanks as always to Bill Nowicki for Voiceover and Mark Cauvel for music.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-garrison-project-podcast/support
Dan jumps right into Episode 13 of The Garrison Project Podcast with his guest, Wes O'Donnell - Army, Air Force and Entrepreneur. A great discussion about Wes' background coming from a tough background, joining the Army, deploying to the Desert, getting out then coming back in with the Air Force where he got a chance to see how the other half lives. A couple great stories from his time in the military then on a to a very accomplished career as an entrepreneur and some very cool things he's working on now. Take a look at his own website (https://www.wesodonnell.com/) The Warrior Lodge (https://warriorlodge.com/) and others.Connect with The Garrison Project (www.thegarrisonproject.com) and check out the stories plus The Rucksack and The Veterans Community Centers.Thanks as always to Bill Nowicki for voiceover and Mark Cauvel for music.Stay tuned and stay safe.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-garrison-project-podcast/support
Dan reiterates the couple goings-on in The Garrison Project - The Rucksack and The Veterans Community Center - then gets into the show. The guest on this episode is Travis Collier, Active Duty Coast Guard Officer stationed in New Orleans. Travis is the Senior Maritime Casualty Investigator for his jurisdiction and joins the show to talk about his service and plans for a transition coming up a couple years down the road. Travis also shares a wealth of knowledge of the Coast Guard mission and what makes them unique among the services. Look for him on linked in and his books on Amazon.Check out our site: www.thegarrisonproject.com and take a look at The Rucksack and The Veterans Community Center.Thanks as always to Bill Nowicki for voiceover and Mark Cauvel for music.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-garrison-project-podcast/support
Dan reminds us of a couple items going on with The Garrison Project - namely The Rucksack and The Veterans Community Center and then introduces this episode's guest. Matt Butler, recently retired Air Force Air Battle Manager and entrepreneur with his company Rollors which he started while on Active Duty.Check us out at thegarrisonproject.com and tune in for our next episode coming soon.Thanks as always to Bill Nowicki for voiceover and Mark Cauvel for music.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-garrison-project-podcast/support
Dan reiterates the two recent, big updates for The Garrison Project: The Rucksack is live on the website (tool kit for Veteran Resources, all provided by other Veterans) and The Veterans Community Center is also live (our own social network plug in). Check the website (www.thegarrisonproject.com) and these two cool resources and please start posting resources. The Dan is joined by Mary Beaver, 6 year Army Veteran plus a couple more years in the National Guard. Mary served in a few different capacities while in the service - intel, drill instructor and recruiting - and once transitioned out, had some incredibly interesting experiences learning about and now supporting homeless Veterans. Stay tuned to the end to hear a little about her vision for self-supporting Veteran communities.Thanks as always to Bill Nowicki for voiceover and Mark Cauvel for the guitar licks. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-garrison-project-podcast/support
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