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GUARDIAN TALK WITH BRAD AND JOE 4/15/17

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GUARDIAN TALK WITH BRAD AND JOE IS HONORED TO PRESENT:DERRICK STORMS AND DAVID LUCIER

Derrick Storms served in the Marine Corps as an infantryman and Reconnaissance Marine. While deployed in the Iraq War he operated in a Recon team. Upon being honorably discharged, Mr. Storms obtained a law degree and currently represents veterans in a variety of issues. In his practice, Mr. Storms has discovered an unsettling "culture of corruption" where VA officials routinely abuse their power and mistreat veterans. In these instances, Mr. Storms holds VA "evil doers" accountable for their misconduct. Unfortunately, legislatures and executive officials are not taking the VA's misconduct seriously. Mr. Storms is seeking to make serious political changes to the corrupt VA system, and other government agencies, to hold unscrupulous government employees accountable for mismanagement, waste, and abuse of power.

David Lucier entered the US Army from St. Louis, MO in 1967 at the age of 19. He successfully completed basic training; advance airborne infantry training, parachute training, and Special Forces training as a weapons and medical specialist. In late 1968, Mr. Lucier volunteered and was assigned to a special operations “A-Team” with the II Corps Mobile Strike Force which was responsible for interdicting men and material traversing the Ho Chi Minh Trail in the triborder area. Mr. Lucier was decorated for both valor and meritorious service.
Upon separation from service, he attended ASU and graduated with honors in 1974. After a career in telecommunication finance and real estate, and then shortly after 9-11-01, Mr. Lucier went to work for the Department of Defense as a Security Contractor in Iraq from 2003 to 2005 and worked for the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force – Afghanistan in 2008.

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