Meet A.J. JanitschekA.J. enlisted at the age of 17. "The A.J. you know now, is totally different than the A.J. who went in."
Meet Kaylah JacksonKaylah describes her military service as “being part of an international club. A group of like-minded people with pride in themselves, others, and their country."
Meet Matt SaintsingLeaving military service after 6 years of active duty, Matt took full advantage of his Post-9/11 G. I. Bill benefits. "I wouldn't be sitting here if it wasn't for the GI Bill. That definitely changed my life."
Meet Justin Hodge"One of the things that scares me is to not live up to my potential... Being able to serve, has definitely allowed me to do what I want to do today and into the future."
Meet Jonathan Kaupanger"There's just no way I would have been a decent person if I hadn't joined the military. I'm so glad I did it."
Meet Chas Henry"Earning the title 'Marine' is probably the most important thing that happened to me in my life."
Meet Jake Hughes“Knowing that I am going to help veterans get the help they need – and I am going to help them become aware of all the things they have available to them. It’s an amazing feeling.”
Meet Phil BriggsPhil Briggs made a name for himself in rock radio in Providence, Boston and Salt Lake City. “But this job? It’s like coming home.”
Meet Jarid WatsonAt 24, Jarid didn't know what he was doing with his life. He found his calling in the broadcast journalism field of the U.S. military. "I've been given the ability to continue to serve and serve veterans."
Meet Caitlin M. KenneyThe good, the tough and the amazing about being a military spouse. "Our stories need to be told."
Meet Eric DehmFrom basic training to 1010 WINS in NYC, Eric Dehm brings his talents to the nation's capital. "My expertise will allow me to provide information, provide entertainment and provide knowledge to my fellow veterans."
Meet Amanda Macias“Being part of a military family, and being a military brat, and going to journalism school -- I feel like it’s all coming full circle.”