I'm a veteran and currently serve military and veterans at the VA as a licensed clinical social worker. Transcript: "What is your current role in the military community? Well, I served in the United States Marine Corps for four years active duty, deployed to Iraq twice. And currently I'm a veteran. So I've been out of the military for a number of years and I serve active duty military and veterans at the VA as a licensed clinical social worker or a therapist running a veteran mental health center."
I'm a veteran and currently serve military and veterans at the VA as a licensed clinical social worker.
I am a retired veteran and now I am an advocate for veterans, focusing on getting them hired and taking care of their mental health issues such as post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, and CTE.
I'm a mental health consultant and Military veteran, but I don't have a specific role in the Military Community. I left the military in 2017 due to medical discharge and since then I've helped my veteran friends with their needs but don't have an active role. I'm open to new ideas and opportunities though.
I help veterans transition from active duty to civilian life, with the help of organizations taking them outdoors and I'm writing a book on how to deal with post-traumatic stress.
I'm in the Mississippi Air National Guard as a tactical air control party jtac, and on full-time activation orders serving as an instructor for the National Guard Bureau's Counter Drug Program, providing training in tactical medicine to members of American law enforcement.
My current role in the military community is to be a professional speaker who talks about mental health and healing from trauma. I try to create a safe environment for people to come forward and talk about their struggles, so that they can serve their country more effectively.