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GallantFew's The New American Veteran Internet Radio Show

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The New American Veteran internet talk radio show honors our veterans, celebrates those who have succeeded in their civilian careers, and identifies areas and resources that help veterans leverage their military experience into successful, rewarding lives after the military.

The show is produced by GallantFew, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit.  Learn more at www.gallantfew.org.

Today's scheduled guest is Jake Clark, founder of the Save a Warrior program.  Joining him is MSG(Ret) Bobby Farmer, a Special Forces Engineer wounded in combat.

In 1983, at age 17, Jake Clark enlisted in the Army and served in the United States and Central America. He was honorably discharged in 1988.

His 10-year law enforcement career saw him working for the US Secret Service, the Los Angeles Police Department and as a special agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Following the events of 9/11, he reenlisted in the reserves and completed officers candidate school at Fort McClellan, Alabama.

As a Civil Affairs officer, he served consecutive tours in Kosovo, and, as an assistant professor of military science for the USC Trojan Battalion, trained military personnel who were deploying to Iraq and Afghanistan.

Captain Jake Clark is currently assigned to the Inactive Ready Reserves.

In 2012, Captain Clark founded 'Save A Warrior', a Malibu-based reintegration program for returning veterans impacted by the devastating effects of post-traumatic stress.

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