This week, one year after the end of the Iraq War, we take a look back with a three tour veteran who served during the war’s beginning, surge and end. We’ll get the latest on North Korea’s rocket launch from Minnesota’s Navy Reserve, currently deployed to Japan; and we’ll hear upcoming changes to Servicemembers’ healthcare coverage and we’ll take a look back at the Iraq War one year after it’s end. Guests include:
Army Col. Eric Kerska of the Minnesota National Guard’s 34th Red Bull Infantry Division
This week’s veteran is Army Sergeant Andrew Frolund. Andrew is a problem solver who finds satisfaction in finding ways to save his employers time and money. He enjoys developing a positive work environment by building relationships with is coworkers. He most recently returned from Kuwait for his second deployment with the Red Bulls and previously served over four years of active duty. Sgt. Frolund’s goal is to obtain employment with a local railroad preferably in the yard but is flexible to any opportunity.
Andrew and hundreds of others are ready to work hard on their next mission. Can we Hire Minnesota’s Heroes? To connect with Andrew contact the North Saint Paul WorkForce Center at 651-779-5407, or to learn more, visit: PositivelyMinnesota.com/Veterans.