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WTR: Rob Lewis, John Hurth (TYR Group) & Rob DuBois (SEAL of Peace)

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WTR with GI Jenn & Guest Co-Host Lance Taylor will be welcoming Rob Lewis, John Hurth (TRY Group) and Rob DuBois (SEAL of Peace)!

Lance served in the Army as a comms specialist, forward observer and RTO for the SAPPER platoon of a CE co. Transferring to the Navy, he served on USS Reuben James on the VBSS (vessel boarding) and anti-piracy teams. Lance then became a PS contractor on the Texas/Mexico border conducting counter-cartel ISR an in Iraq at both DOD & DOS as a QRF team lead.  Lance works for TAB Gear doing R/D, owns Texas Star Cigar Co and does freelance intel analysis.

Rob Lewis, served in 10th SFG as an 18D (SF Medic) and best selling author of “Love Me When I’m Gone: the true story of life, love and loss for a Green Beret in post-9/11 war” and “The Pact."  We will be talking about current events.

John retired from Army SF, served in 1st SF and had multiple deployments, with 2 combat tours in support of the GWOT. John also served with Special Operations Training Detachment at the JRTC.  After retiring John put to use his years of tracking knowledge and experience working as the program lead and head instructor for the U.S. Army’s Combat Tracker Course. He managed and oversaw the conduct and resourcing of the Army’s Combat Tracker Course.

Rob is a speaker, coach, and Ret. Navy SEAL. He worked in more than 30 countries, helping to manage complex threat situations and cross-cultural comms. He worked for the NSA. Rob’s “Think Like the Adversary" workshop has edified military units, Fortune 500 companies, and intel agencies. He served as director of ops for the DOD Red Team and is the author of "Powerful Peace; A Navy SEAL’s Lessons on Peace from a Lifetime at War."

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