Some operators have a smooth transition into civilian life and sometimes there are challenges. These challenges can be financial, personal and the loss of meaning and purpose.
In this episode, a recently retired combat rescue officer discusses what you can do to set yourself up for success after a career of service.
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Nellis PJs performed a distant open ocean rescue to a ship with a sailor who had an unusual infection and required urgent surgical debridement.
Listen to this debrief between the PJs and the Flight Doc and get SA on severe soft tissue infection at sea.
Capt McNab was a 68W with combat deployments as an Army Medic. His life turned to being a mental health professional. He is now a Social Worker at Moody for the 38th RQS. We first saw Capt McNab at the MOAB and he gave a great brief.
In the first of several discussions with Capt McNab, he talks about the importance of communication for everything from mission readiness to getting along with your teammates, how to improve your comm skills, and how to overcome obstacles when personalities clash.
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This is the final installment of a meaningful discussion between the AF Trauma Consultant and PJ Med Director while they were in those positions during OEF.
It is a starp and meaningful discussion.