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Episode Info: Today's guest is the Resources & Project Development Coordinator for American Heroes Network, an Army Veteran, and a combat photographer. These days he is well known for "helping people find their Smile” I would like to welcome Michael Davis, Call sign: Mad Dog 20/20.----more---- Hi this is your host, Pete Blum. Welcome to American Heroes Network! Our core mission is Serving the Brave Men and Women who have Sacrificed to Ensure our Freedom. You will hear true stories from those that have served, learn about Veteran organizations and resources, and gain hope for your future knowing American Heroes Network, your community, and other Veterans are here and at the ready to serve and help you and your family. We will talk about the hard topics like PTSD/TBI. You will also hear military history, inspirational stories, learn about networking with the community, and more. So come join us and be part of our family. Today's guest is the Resources & Project Development Coordinator for American Heroes Network, an Army Veteran, and a combat photographer. These days he is well known for "helping people find their Smile” I would like to welcome Michael Davis, Call sign: Mad Dog 20/20. You can follow Michael hereWebsite: https://americanheroesnetwork.com/LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/mddassociatesFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/MDDAssociates/Twitter: https://twitter.com/MichaelDDavisInstagram: instagram.com/mddastudio/Tumblr Blog: thedailychalkboard.tumblr.com  Michael, thank you for serving and how are you doing today? TopicsWell starting off I would like to say thank you for being part of the team. I know you are actively working hard to make American Heroes Network a great success. I would like everyone to get to know you so Michael, tell us where you grew up. Ashland, Oregon Did you have any military family members or relatives that influenced you? My Uncle was a Navy Aviator during WWII & my father was briefly in the Air Force during the Korean Conflict. My father served as well, in the Marines. Did your uncle or father tell you any stories when you were younger? Why are those that have sworn to protect and defend important to the USA as you see it Michael? From the founding of our Nation, to this very day, the minority of men and women who have sworn to give their all to defend and protect our way of life, as laid out in the Constitution of the United States, are an important element in the ability of all citizens of this country to enjoy unparalleled and unprecedented freedom of thought and opportunity. To me nothing outside of family is more important or has a stronger bond in life. Once you have committed to being a member of this noble military minority the bond formed is stronger and more resilient, than any superficial differences which may exist. This to me is what makes a family what it is. We adapt, improvise and overcome in the military family and I’m proud to be a part of this special family. While others watch,...
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