Ed Ruggero is a distinguished writer, military historian, teacher and lecturer on leadership skills. He has studied, practiced, and taught leadership for more than twenty-five years, helping organizations develop the kinds of leaders people want to follow.Read More »
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Mark R. Hasara is the Chief Operating Officer of MRH Solutions LLC with over 30 years comprehensive experience in joint military and international operations. He has over 3000 flying hours, primarily in KC-135, plus hours in KC-10, F-15C, E-3B/RAF E-3D AWACS, C-130H, EC-130E, S-3B Viking, C-2B, RAF VC-10, and MH-60 helicopter. Author of Amazon best-selling […]Read More »
Air Force Veteran, author, filmmaker, theologian, PHD, speaker, educator, and entertainment executive, Jim Huggins has undertaken a variety of successful careers. His love of telling good stories and telling them well led him to the entertainment business in which Variety referred to him as one of the “top entertainment chiefs” for faith and family film, […]Read More »
George Ciampa is a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and served in the D-Day invasion of France and the Battle of the Bulge which ended the war in Europe in 1945. George later became a prolific producer of documentaries which focused on the western front in Europe, and the many fallen heroes from […]Read More »
Born in 1959, Kerby grew up in Lancaster, Missouri. He started flying lessons when he was 15, soloed on his 16th birthday and received his private pilot’s license on his 17th birthday, the earliest age allowed. By the time kerby received his BS in Aviation from Northeast Louisiana University (now University of LA-Monroe) and was entering the United States […]Read More »
David Scott Stieghan is the United States Army Infantry Branch Historian at Fort Benning, Georgia. After a training accident while on active duty in Germany resulted in a permanent disability, Stieghan was honorably discharged from the United States Army as a Captain in 1992.Read More »