This week we’ll hear about the Minnesota Patriot Guard’s upcoming Patriot Ride and we’ll talk about Father’s Day in the military. Guests include:
When the 35W Bridge collapsed, what did it take to get Navy salvage divers to help with the recovery? This week the Navy and Air Force are here to talk about the resources they and the Army can and have tapped to help Minnesota in emergencies.
We’ll also take a look at the summer camp options available for military kids. Guests include:
- Navy Capt. Rich Henderson and Air Force Col. Tom Simonet
- Army Master Sgt. Rich Kemp of the Minnesota National Guard Youth Camp
- Kia Harries of Operation Military Kids
- Scott Lear of Burl Oaks Golf Course
This week’s veteran is Marine Corporal Nathan Warner of Minneapolis. Serving during the initial invasion of Iraq in 2003, Nathan was responsible for retrofitting the unit’s unarmored Humvees and overseeing their maintenance. Nathan now has a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business from the University of St. Thomas and has studied at the University of London and Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico. He has leadership experience in Sales, Marketing, Quality Assurance and Training.
Nathan and hundreds of others are ready to work hard on their next mission. Can we Hire Minnesota’s Heroes? To connect with Nathan contact the South Minneapolis WorkForce Center at 612-821-4009 or to learn more at: PositivelyMinnesota.com/Veterans.
This week we’ll find out why Minnesota’s homeless veteran stand downs have nearly doubled in size. Also, we’ll hear the latest on flood preparations, the Asian Carp invasion and more from the Army Corps of Engineers. Guests include:
- Nathaniel Saltz of the Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans (MAC-V)
- Col. Michael Price of the Saint Paul District, Army Corps of Engineers
This week’s veteran is Specialist Shane Kaplan of Minneapolis. Shane just returned from his first tour in Iraq and Kuwait. As a Medic with the Minnesota National Guard, he was the first line of care for 13 Soldiers on his convoy security team. He is also a Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician and is currently pursuing an associate’s degree in Paramedicine. Shane and hundreds of others are ready to work hard on their next mission. Can we Hire Minnesota’s Heroes? To connect with Shane, contact the South Minneapolis Workforce Center at 612-821-4009 or visit: PositivelyMinnesota.com/Veterans.
This week we talk with Ray Kennedy and Michele VanDyke about opportunities for military kids and with flood season beginning in Minnesota, we’ll hear from Col. Mike Price of the Army Corp of Engineers about the role they play.